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Work 4 Peace,Hold All Life Sacred,Eliminate Violence! I am on my mobile version of the door-to-door, going town-to-town holding readings/gatherings/discussions of my book "But What Can I Do?" This is my often neglected blog mostly about my travels since 9/11 as I engage in dialogue and actions. It is steaming with my opinions, insights, analyses toward that end of holding all life sacred, dismantling the empire and eliminating violence while creating the society we want ALL to thrive in

Friday, March 05, 2010

International Women’s Day Feast, Facts, Festival

International Women’s Day
Feast, Facts, Festival
March 6th, 2010
Join in solidarity with women around the world celebrating our struggles and achievements for liberation, rights, equality and justice, end of violence, especially the violence of militarism, war, racism, poverty.

11:00am Drumming Circle & Gather Dimond Park (Fruitvale Ave - tennis court side), Oakland. Bring Drums, Musical Instruments, Banners, Signs, Pots & Pans

12:00noon MARCH thru Fruitvale Business district to Coolidge & MacArthur FVPC Hall (FruitVale Presbyterian Church)

1:00pm Feast & Facts Luncheon-In: Scrumptious Buffet & Circles of Interest. Share food and facts with and about Women inter- & nationally such as Women in Haiti, Women and Iran, U.S. Women Political Prisoners, Women & Traveling, Women and Poverty, Women & Climate Change, Soul & Spirit, Outdoor Women, Women & EcoArt, Women and Militarism, Aging and Ageism.

2:00pm Festival: Music, Dance, Spoken Word, Film, Performances, Open Mike including:
Dolores Helman, Tap; Sousan Ehteshami, Persian poem & song; Terry Baum, Crackpot Crone; Karen Soo Hoo, Singer; Shazam, Musician Extraordinaire; Zoe & Citabria, Dance, and many more!

4:00pm Tea Dance

Sponsored by many including CodePINK:Women for Peace and Roke Noir Productions. Call 510-681-9740 or 510-540-7007


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