27 June, 2019
05:30pm - 08:00pm
Baldoria, 243 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA 90012

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If you’re someone who wants to break down barriers and build unity in our communities, join us on Thursday, June 27th! Meet other young professionals who care about social justice over drinks and get to know the California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ). NCCJ/CCEJ alumni, re-connect with friends and learn about CCEJ’s current initiatives and programs, and how you can get involved.

We look forward to seeing you this exciting mixer at Baldoria in Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles.

$30/per person includes appetizers and a drink from Baldoria’s menu of delicious cocktails, craft beer, or wine – click here to purchase a ticket!

Thank you to our Host Committee for supporting this event:
Dr. Rashida Crutchfield
Alison De La Cruz
Emily Grijalva
Ruth Le
Kimmy Maniquis
Evelin Montes
Pia Schiavo-Campo
Daniel Solis
Zach Tinker
Alicia Virani

For questions, please contact Jessy Needham at jneedham@cacej.org or (562) 435-8184.

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