Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a celebration in which many Latin American countries commemorate the lives of their loved ones who have passed away. The tradition originates from Aztec origins and has become an important cultural and family tradition in many Latin American countries including the Southwest.
Join Mujeres de la Tierra as they honor this tradition by honoring civic leaders Senate President Pro Tem elect - Senator Kevin de León, Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano and Commissioner Barbara Romero, Public Works City of Los Angeles, all who worked to improve the environment in ways that are consistent with MDLT’s values of securing healthy neighborhoods and jobs.
Mujeres invites the community to participate in setting up an altar.
Space is limited, first come first serve. Deadline is: October 20th.
To participate in setting up an altar on Sat., Nov. 1st, 2014,
please use one of the following options to submit your application:
Download the altar application at: MDLT_Community_Altar_App_(Revised_Final)_HM_IM_RD__20141013.pdf
Complete and email application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, mail to: Attn: Mujeres de la Tierra
Los Angeles River Center & Gardens,
570 West Ave 26, Suite 300,
Los Angeles, CA 90065
For further information, call Rita Dávila: 310.98.4410