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Strategy Center’s 23rd Annual Political Party

6:54 PM PDT on April 22, 2012

Part of this year’s theme is celebrating the victories—one of which is the Wilshire Bus-Only Lanes Campaign that I dedicated my last 6 years on and finally with you all’s help was able to win the approval of this project at the City Council last summer.  It would be great to celebrate while your attendance would help raise critical funds and energy for the Strategy Center’s work.

Please let me know if you can attend—rsvp with me.  You can also make a donation to sponsor a student, member or other activists to attend the celebration.   We’re also taking organizational and business ads in our program book.  If youwant your organization to sponsor an ad, it’s due this Friday.

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