How P-22 United Our City: Love Letters to LA’s Favorite Cat
From left to right: Terrence Butcher, Stacy Lieberman, Amy Raasch, Jessica Strand, Martha Groves, Miguel Ordeñana, Sherry Mangel-Ferber, Tommy Bui, Alan Salazar, Alexander Vidal, Genevieve Arnold, John Szabo
This program features personal stories by various individuals who made a connection with P-22 and understand the immediate need for wildlife protection, along with guests who answered an open mic call to share their knowledge and admiration for P-22. The evening features California Regional Executive Director for the National Wildlife Federation’s Beth Pratt, writer Martha Groves, author Sherry Mangel-Ferber, LA Times reporter Laura Nelson, Senior Manager of Community Science for Natural History Museum Miguel Ordeñana, Chumash and Tataviam elder Alan Salazar, and illustrator Alexander Vidal. The open mic welcomes (in order of appearance) playwright, actor, and musician Amy Raasch, LAPL librarian Tommy Bui, longtime ALOUD attendee Terrence Butcher, and Seed Program Manager of Theodore Payne Foundation Genevieve Arnold to share their remembrances.