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Celebrate Black History Month with the SEIU 721 African American Caucus

carterwoodson150.jpgIn February, 1926 historian Carter Woodson, known as the “Father of Black History,” helped create “Negro History Week,” a time for all Americans to honor the achievements of African Americans going back to the founding of this nation.
Today, Woodson’s week has become a full month, and the SEIU 721 African American Caucus is proud to honor both his vision and African American history with two exciting events.
Black History Month Luncheon and Fashion Show
Plus a special tribute to Whitney Houston
by pianist Edell Shephard
February 24, 2012
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
SEIU LOCAL 721 Auditorium
1545 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles 90017
Akouavi150.jpg Fashion show by Akouavi Slater
Int’l Dress & Jewelry Designer

General admission: $10 | Includes lunch and fashion show
VIP admission: $15 | Includes early entry, lunch, VIP gift bag, special fashion show viewing section
To purchase your ticket, contact David Sanders at (213) 738-8433, Michael Green at (213) 368-8609 or Brandy Grey at (213) 368-8610.
heron150x267.jpg Spoken Word Performance by Conney Williams
Renowned Poet & Author

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Salute to Our Heroes Film Festival
February 25, 2012
1 p.m.-4 p.m.
SEIU LOCAL 721 Auditorium
1545 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles 90017
Stay tuned for more details!

Sponsored by the African American Caucus, United Union Professionals and the Social Services Division

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