2007 ARCHIVE

Reno-Sparks NAACP Youth Organization sponsors Dec. 31 Kwanzaa event at Boys & Girls Club

Nevadans rally in support of the Jena 6

BULLETIN FROM THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF WASHOE COUNTY

No Tolerance for Racism
in America:
Support The Jena Six


Rally in Support of Justice for the Jena Six who will be having a hearing that same day in Jena, Louisiana.

Wednesday, November 7, 5:30 p.m.

Bruce Thompson Federal Courthouse
S. Virginia at Liberty Streets in downtown Reno

 

   The event will also be a rally against the resurgence of Jim Crow actions and racism throughout the country.

Diana Mitzner and Zhane Williams-Love, 10, stood in support of the "Jena Six" and Mychal Bell at Wednesday night’s candlelight vigil outside the Reno federal courthouse. Bell remains in custody after he and five other African-American teens faced attempted murder charges, later reduced, for the beating of a white boy in Jena, La. (Photo © 2007 Debra Reid/Daily Sparks Tribune)

   Bring candles, signs, and friends. There will be a few speakers, some music and then a quiet vigil to support justice for six kids in Louisiana, as well as an end to racism of all kinds.

   Events to support the six students and to make a statement against racism are planned in cities all over the country.


    Please join us if you can!
Sponsored by
Voices For Peace
Reno Antiwar Coalition
ANSWER-Reno
For more information contact: 
Corrine at susieq.cole@gmail.com or 530-694-2595
or Lisa Stiller at koffeenut@yahoo.com 775-232-2823

UPDATES
Citizens oppose Jena 6 hostility, racism at candlelight vigil
By Debra Reid, Daily Sparks Tribune 11-8-2007

Reno residents show support for Louisiana teens
By David Jacobs, Reno Gazette-Journal 11-8-2007

Jena 6 protests open race discussion
By Geralda Miller, Reno Gazette-Journal 9-21-2007

Sign the NAACP petition in support of the Jena 6

Another site devoted to justice for the Jena 6
Color of Change

More news

34-cent overdraft turns into $600 in fees
Reno-Sparks Branch member victimized by bank service charges
Fees paid disproportionately by low- and moderate-income people
Daily Sparks Tribune 12-15-2007

No money, but minority panel gets another push
State effort is supposed to study issues, recommend laws, spread info, network
Las Vegas Sun 12-11-2007

Reno-Sparks branch joins statewide coalition in asking the governor to use the state rainy day fund rather than impose destructive human services budget cuts
Daily Sparks Tribune 12-10-2007


 


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P.O. Box 7757
Reno, NV 89510
Phone (775) 322-2992
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Lucille Adin, President
Rose Gordon, First VP, Youth Co-chair
Larry Wilson, Second VP, Labor & Industry Chair
Rev. Onie Cooper, Third VP
Janet West, Secretary
Patricia Wilson, Treasurer

Jowel C. Laguerre, Ph.D.
Education Committee Chair
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Janet Serial, Health Committee Chair

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In the news

Reno-Sparks branch joins statewide coalition in asking governor to use rainy day fund rather than impose destructive human services budget cuts

Sign the NAACP petition in support of the Jena 6

Another site devoted to justice for the Jena 6
Color of Change

Profs. Jay Harris of USC and John White of UNLV headline
Constitution Day at the University of Nevada-Reno

Sept. 17-20, 2007

NAACP backs discrimination suit
Reno Gazette-Journal 9-8-2007

NAACP members march on fetal alcohol awareness day
Reno Gazette-Journal 9-9-2007

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