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PRESS STATEMENT 15 FEB 2017

St. Valentine Day Massacre -on Friendship- at Goodwill Corporate Hqts. by Irrational and Fixated White CEO, Adrineh Terantonians.

L.A. IMMIGRATION REFORM LEADER JAVIER RODRIGUEZ FIRED FOR GIVING A VALENTINE’S DAY FRIENDSHIP GIFT AND KISS TO A FEMALE FRIEND AND CO-WORKER.

WHITE CEO TERANTONIANS, USED A HIDDEN BUT SECRETELY KNOWN GROTESQUE CORPORATE RULE AND APPLIED CORPORATE CAPITAL PUNISHMENT TO an EMPLOYEE ON HIS TRAINING DAY. THE ARCHAIC MEASURE IS HISTORICALLY RELATED TO THE WITCH HUNTING AND SCARLETT LETTERS OF THE COLONIAL AND SLAVERY PERIODS OF THE 16TH CENTURY, AND BEYOND, WHEN BLACKS WERE LYNCHED AND BURNED FOR RELATING ROMANTICALLY TO WHITE WOMEN.

FOR HUNDREDS OF YEARS LIKE THE  11.3 MILLION UNDOCUMENTED AND MILLIONS MORE IMMIGRANT RESIDENTS OF TODAY, UNDER JIM CROW LAWS, BLACKS WERE PROHIBITED FROM VOTING UNTIL THE PASSAGE OF THE CIVIL AND VOTING RIGHTS ACTS OF 1962-1965. IN THE PRESENT, MASS INCARCERATION OF LATINOS AND AFRICAN AMERICANS IS AT A WHOPPING 2.3 MILLION PRISONERS AND 8 MILLION MORE IN THE PAROLE PROCESS WHO ALL CAN’T VOTE. ADD MILLIONS OF DEPORTATIONS IN THE LAST 16 YEARS AND THEIR US BORN CITIZEN CHILDREN ARE HERE OR IN MEXICO AND MANY COUNTRIES FIGHTING FOR A BETTER WORLD. ,

AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE RACIALLY PROFILED AND ASTONISHINGLY ONE IS EXECUTED BY POLICE EVERY 28 HOURS.

IN THEIR DEFENSE  BLACK LIVES MATTER AND IMMIGRATION  REFORM MOVEMENT AND MILLIONS OF WOMEN ARE MARCHING AGAINST NEWLY INSTALLED PRESIDENT, AS WELL AS FOR AN END TO  GROSS SOCIAL-ECONOMIC INEQUALITY, FOR HEALTH CARE, THE ENVIRONMENT, MUSLIMS, IMMIGRANTS, ETC.

HOWEVER, THIS IS THE 21ST CENTURY AND THE GOODWILL VICTIMS HERE -IN A LIBERAL AND `PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRATIC CITY AND STATE- ARE AN AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN AND A LATINO.  “THE CEO MUST HAVE SEEN FORNICATION -IN THE GOOD AND JOYFUL CONSENSUAL- GESTURE OF HER COLORED EMPLOYEES”.

Goodwill SoCal Corporation is located in the Lincoln Heights Community in Los Angeles and is part of Council District 2, operated by Councilman Gilbert Cedillo. It has a perceived white Anglo Saxon majority Executive Board and higher brass which comes down from its 4th floor quarters once a year to serve the native employees a Thanksgiving dinner.

It was founded in 1902 in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., one of the bedrocks of today’s violent religious practices. A global nonprofit, Goodwill operates as a network of 164 independent, community-based organizations in South Korea, Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay, the United States, Canada, and 8 other countries and presently has a generated revenue of $5.59 billion. In 2015, the group served more than 37 million people, with a reported 312,000 people placed into employment.

Jim Gibbons is the national corporate President & CEO and is blind.

Javier Rodriguez is asking all Goodwill employees, the general community and the media for help to end the archaic conservative mentality that breeds discrimination at the Corporate Goodwill SoCal Offices and demand he be reinstated.

Please call or write to: Executive Board Corporate Offices 342 N San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90031 (323) 224-8645 and email CEO Adrineh Trentonians at atarentonians@goodwillsocal.org  call 323-480-0109. Please send any donations to sustain the campaign to: Chase Bank #2933297551 R/322271627 or write check to Javier Rodriguez 114 N. Breed St #111 L.A. 90033

PROFILE*Javier Rodriguez is a journalist, blogger, and media and political strategist for grass roots movements. A long time L.A. social activist and Mexican immigrant, has for decades dedicated his life to defending and empowering Latinos, immigrants, women and workers.

He was the initiator, designed and directed the media and political strategy in the making of the 1.7 million, digitally counted, historical immigration rights march in Los Angeles and 75 cities on March 25, 2006 against HR4437 Sensenbrenner Bill. A week later Congress immediately threw the House Bill into the trash bin of history.

As a cofounder of the March 25 Coalition, he also directed a national street event called the “May 1st 2006 Great American Boycott”, which besides mobilizing more mega marches in the millions in 200 cities from coast to coast-L.A. to New York, the boycott, a community general strike, which paralyzed 20 industries nationally, including: agriculture in California and Florida and the Los Angeles Port delaying food and goods distribution for days; public transportation, nanny trains and a million homeworkers, taxis, trucking, construction, landscaping, restaurant industry, thousands of businesses closed, an estimated 275,000 students waked out in dozens- school districts and hundreds of Latino quarters refused to buy nationally.

On May 3rd, Congress responded with the Hagel-Martinez Immigration Reform Bill to embrace the undocumented.

Back in 1982-86, he also co-planned and directed the mass street mobilizations in LA that led up to the Immigration Reform and Amnesty Law IRCA of 1986, legalizing 3 million undocumented immigrants.

A journalist, he traveled for 5 ½ months throughout Mexico in 2012, observing and writing about the country’s political process, the aftermath of a highly questioned presidential election which installed President Enrique Pena Nieto, a pro-business and closet ally of the anti-Mexican xenophobe and misogynist Pres. Donald Trump; he also witnessed and reported on Cartel and Government Armed shootings and killings from several war zones, as well as the State of Tabasco at the border with Guatemala, where the Central American migrants catch the train known as “La Bestia-The Beast.”

Between 1987 and 1996, his son Chuy Jesus, his nephew Jaramillo and his brother Jesus all fell victim to L.A.’s contemporary neighborhood violence. His blog Larayueladejavier.wordpress.com has 135 articles written since 2012, email   zazcommunications.2016@gmail.com 

 

 

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