Join AAU for an evening of
Anti-Casino Art-making

February 19 at 6 pm
@ the Folk Arts-Cultural Treasures Charter School
1023 Callowhill Street

Do you have something to say?
· Magnify your message through visuals
· Learn new skills or share your skills with others
· Plug into the campaign to stop the Gallery casino

Artist and propagandist Eric Joselyn and other artist activists will lead us in an evening of anti-casino art-making. Eric uses cardboard constructions, banner and sign techniques, puppetry, xeroxable art, stencils and other techniques in the service of social justice politics. Come and join in the fun!

Let us know if you are coming so we can have enough supplies and snacks. Call Ellen or Judy at 215-925-1538 or email us at

Asian Americans United:
Keeping Up the Casino Fight!

Read all about it!

It's all over the news: the casino industry is tanking across the country. They're struggling to stay in business and out of bankruptcy. They're plagued by scandal and pay-to-play politics. They're being exposed as predatory.

Here's what the press is saying . . .

"Shouldering into Philadelphia may prove to be the American casino industry's Waterloo. . ." - Wall Street Journal op-ed, January 2, 2009

[The state's gaming process has gone so far off the rails] "because of the haphazard rush to ram gaming down the throats of Philadelphia's residents with too little public input . . ." - Philadelphia Inquirer editorial, January 18, 2009

"If the book relating the history of gaming in Pennsylvania ever gets written, it's hard to imagine the word "debacle" not in the title." - Philadelphia Daily News editorial, January 13, 2009

Read Helen Gym's Philadelphia Daily News op-ed: "Philly's Slots Bailout," January 15, 2009: "As the casino industry tanks nationwide, the city stubbornly continues to hitch its wagon to this crapshoot, wasting time and resources and earning itself a sorry national reputation to boot."


We've changed the date of our
AAU Anti-Casino Fundraiser
& Party
(originally set for Feb.7)

We'll keep you posted.

Join the Fight!

Collecting petitions is a way of talking to your neighbors, fellow commuters and co-workers about the issue.

It creates a chance for regular citizens to take a stand.

And it organizes us for the upcoming actions that we will mount to block the casino.

We will be collecting petitions every week near the Market East transit hub.

Contact AAU if you want to get involved with our petition campaign.

Or download a copy of the petition on our website and collect signatures in your own neighborhood, organization, or workplace.

We will challenge them every step of the way!

Asian Americans United
1023 Callowhill Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Asian Americans United exists so that people of Asian ancestry exercise leadership to build their communities and unite to challenge oppression.