Giants of Justice is CLUE's signature fundraiser and awards event in Los Angeles County, a celebratory breakfast for our partners, supporters, and volunteers united with clergy from many faiths in the common struggle for a just economy alongside workers, immigrants, communities of color, and those who are persecuted because of their religion.
Keynote speaker this year is Patrisse Khan-Cullors, a Los Angeles native and co-founder of Black Lives Matter, an online forum that builds connections between black people and allies to fight anti-black racism, spark dialogue, and create connections that encourage social action to eradicate racism and brutality.
The Giants of Justice we honor during this, our 15th celebration, are Rabbi Heather Miller of Beth Chayim Chadashim; Jim Mangia, CEO of St. John's Well Child & Family Clinic; Juana Melara of UniteHERE Local 11; and Sandra Pezqueda of UniteHERE Local 11. Melara and Pezqueda were part of a group of women named TIME Persons of the Year in 2017 for breaking the silence on sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace.
Though we work shoulder to shoulder with these people, they tower among us as persons of principle who truly live economic, social and spiritual justice. We look forward to your joining us in person to enjoy their company and to greet them as fellows in the struggle.
1324 Normandie Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90006
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