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Joyce Burrell Garcia

Garcia is the only African American candidate running for seat 7 on the LAACD’s Board of Trustees in the March 3, 2015 Primary Election

Culver City, CA (BlackNews.com) – Neil Rubinstein, a columnist at the Culver City Observer, suggests a vote for Joyce Burrell Garcia.

Rubinstein states, “I must admit that prior to the Culver City Democratic Club endorsement meeting held on January 14 in the Veterans Auditorium Complex or Community College Board of Trustees, I was stumped.

“He continues, “However, after listening to the candidates for Seat 7, I feel Joyce Burrell Garcia has the best qualifications, professional experience, formal training, platform and personal attributes of any of the candidates for this position.”

Garcia says she is thankful to Mr. Rubinstein for his remarks and vows to engage and champion initiatives that advance the mission of the LACCD, as well as foster innovation and reform within the District. Mr. Rubinstein stated that Garcia has the experience and knowledge to solve the tough problems.

Garcia has also been endorsed by the following:

Clergy Endorsements:
* Sr. Pastor Kelvin Sauls, Holman United Methodist Church
* Sr. Pastor J. Edgar Boyd, FAME
* Sr. Pastor, Xavier Thompson, Southern Missionary Baptist Church and President of the Baptist Ministers Conference
* Sr. Pastor, William Epps of Second Baptist Church
* Sr. Pastor, K.W. Tulloss, Weller Street Baptist Church and President of The Los Angeles Chapter of National Action Network
* Sr. Pastor Eugenio Rafael, St. Marks United Methodist Church
* Sr. Pastor Reginald Pope, Bethel Baptist Church
* Sr. Pastor Torrey Collins, St. Rest Baptist Church

Other Endorsement:
* National Women’s Political Caucus (NWPC)

For more information, visit Garcia’s website at www.joyce4collegeboard.com or email her at burrellj@pacbell.net.

Photo: Joyce Burrell Garcia


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