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Dec. 7 Turning the Tide 25th anniversary Anti-Racist Awards presentation and benefit

You are invited to come celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Turning the Tide" at a first annual Anti-Racist Awards presentation and buffet dinner on Saturday, December 7, 2013, at 7 PM. It’s at the West Side Peace Center, 3916 S. Sepulveda Blvd. in Culver City, CA (adjacent to the 405 Freeway, between Venice Boulevard and Washington Place).
Join us in marking 25 years of uninterrupted grassroots agitating, organizing and critical analysis, and in helping Turning the Tide continue going forward as a voice of uncompromising anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-fascism, anti-colonialism, anti-imperialism, and commitment to human liberation and environmental sustainability.
Admission to the event is $20 payable to Anti-Racist Action (or $30 with a one-year subscription to Turning the Tide added). Larger donations of course would be gratefully accepted. Call us at 323-636-7388 or email to get tickets now.

The program will feature a buffet, live music and the initiating presentation of three awards focused on people of European descent who have contributed to anti-racist struggles. The award recipients will be present and have the opportunity to address their work.

Each award is going to two or more people, because we think anti-racist struggle is collective and multi-generational struggle. The awards are:
 the Adrienne Rich Culture of Resistance and Liberation award, going to Sheila Pinkel, Mary Sutton and Carol Wells of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG).

 the Sarah & Angelina Grimke Anti-Racist Communicators award, going to Ariana Manov and Leslie Radford (both of whom have been involved with KPFK Pacifica radio in Los Angeles).

 the Rose Friedman Working People's Survival award, going to Vanessa Carlisle, Linzy Cristofani and Charlotte Tonnies Moore, who work together doing outreach to and organizing of sex workers.

Advertise in the Commemorative Book

In addition to the awards event, to mark the anniversary we will also publish a commemorative book with ads and good wishes and content from the “best of” 25 years of Turning the Tide since 1988.

Business card-size ads are $25; quarter-page (3.5X5) ads are $50, half-pages (7.5X5 or 3.5X10) $90, full pages (7.5X10) are $175, payable to Anti-Racist Action. Make checks payable to “Anti-Racist Action” and send to ARA-LA/PART, PO Box 1055, Culver City CA 90232. Ad copy and graphics can be sent either as camera-ready ‘hard copy’, or with design instructions, or as electronic files (.doc for text, .jpg or tiff for graphics)  to tickets or place an ad here:

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