Community Potluck and Solidarity Cycling Celebration!


Sunday, October 14, 5:00-7:00 pm
La Casa Community Center, Mt. Pleasant

Come to Mt. Pleasant on Sunday evening to share food with friends and with a handful of hungry cyclists who will be completing their 100-mile ride. The solidarity cyclers bike ride is a two-day loop that riders got pledges to raise money for and awareness about the work of the Haiti Reborn Project (of the Quixote Center) and CISPES (Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador.)

The potluck will feature Latin American music, stories from the ride, and brief updates on organizing and resistance on El Salvador and Haiti.

3166 Mt. Pleasant St. NW
From Col. Heights Metro, walk west on Irving, cross 16th, turn right on Mt. Pleasant St
Please bring any dish youd like to share, and bring yourself even if you cant bring food!

For more information about the potluck, call Krista at 202 521 2510. For more about the ride and the organizations, see CISPES and Haiti Reborn .

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