When the Luis J. Rodriguez for Governor campaign ended after the June primary elections, we met with leaders throughout California to begin the process of creating a California Network for Revolutionary Change, uniting leaders, thinkers, writers, activists, organizers, and artists to envision and strategize for a caring, cooperative and just world. After several conference calls and three meetings, we plan to convene on October 18 in Salinas CA. If you are interested, please go to www.rodriguezforgovernor.org or write email@example.com. You can also write at PO Box 328, San Fernando CA 91341. Or leave a message at 818-898-0013. Here is the call:
Challenging Times Call for Connecting Leaders
—Call For California Network for Revolutionary Change Conference
All across the United States, intense challenges are calling forth determined leadership. Increasingly more homegrown leaders are standing up to realign reality to new possibilities: Whether in response to increased police shootings and incarceration; or the denial of basic shelter and healthcare; or the absence of true education and democratic choices; or the privation of dignified livelihoods and healthy surroundings.
We can do better as a country, a powerful example for the world.
The Luis J. Rodriguez Campaign for a New California tapped into this new energized leadership. Now leaders who want to bring about systemic change have begun moving forward to build a California Network for Revolutionary Change.
This is a call for innovative, solution-based thinkers—people from all walks of life to join this network of practical, grassroots leaders, activists, writers, artists and more to unify our common goals for deep and broad environmental, social and economic justice.
This network's backbone is comprised of established leaders in their respective diverse communities linked by common concerns requiring unified actions. Their vast experiences, knowledge, and continuous study of current events happening here and around the world provides the framework for "the other" Fresno, Merced, Oakland, San Francisco, Salinas, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, and other California cities and counties.
If people have lost family and loved ones to police brutality in your community—we're looking for you.
If the "poverty octopus" slides within your community—we're looking for you.
If people in your community are being stuffed into the unjust, bloated prison-for-profit system—we're looking for you.
If you would like to contribute to the creation of non-violence platforms—we're looking for you.
Join with us at our California Network Convention:
Date: October 18, 2014
Time: 9 am
Address: Salinas CA
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org