July 11: Education and Safety Matters to Latinos

A new political engagement group, Latinos. Engaged. United. Voting., is hosting a community education forum and fundraiser next week on Wednesday, July 11 at Bambou in Rice Village. Here are the particulars of what will be a fun and educational evening.

Is Education and Safety important to you and your community? 

Join us and get informed on the issues that impact us all.

Event: “Education & Safety Matters to Latinos”

Guest Speakers on Education and Safety:
I. Joey Cardenas III – Former State Director of LULAC
II. Erica Lee – Candidate for Harris County Board of Education
III. Cindy Vara-Leija – Harris County Constable, Precinct 1

Location: Bambou
2540 University Boulevard
Houston, TX 77005

You are also encouraged to be a founding contributor to: Latinos. Engaged. United. Voting. (L.E.U.V.) on the day of the event. Your support will shape the future of our community!

Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at 6:30 PM

Schedule for Education & Safety Matters to Latinos:
A. Latino Gallery, Networking with a Purpose 6:30 – 7:30 PM
B. Topic: Education in Texas Matters 7:30 – 7:45 PM
C. Topic: Education in Harris County Matters 7:45 – 8:00 PM
D. Topic: Safety in Harris County Matters 8:00 – 8:15 PM
C: Question & Answer with Speakers 8:15 – 8:30 PM
E. Live DJ and Dancing with L.E.U.V. 8:30 – ?

The new organization, LEUV, will develop and support candidates while championing community issues with the goal of increasing Latino/a voter participation and achieving effective representation of the Latino community in Harris County.

I will be at this event, so, come on over and let’s talk education and safety with some local and Texas talent.

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One response to “July 11: Education and Safety Matters to Latinos

  1. I look forward to seeing Houston engaged at this event.