There are so many issues we can dedicate ourselves towards, and all of them are worthy of our attention. And an activist’s work is never done. We may as well say that a citizen’s work is never done in a progressive society.
recent months I have chosen three issues to focus my attention upon.
One of them is global in impact (stopping the militarization of space).
One of them is national is scope (voter rights and the 2000 election),
and one of them is taking place in my immediate backyard (opposing more power plants in “Asthma Alley”).
I spend time thinking about the connectedness of all three issues in a “community” sense, and what “community” means.
I invite you to join me and community activists for an evening of issues and entertainment as we acknowledge and celebrate individuals, organizations and community in our lives.
In addition to the music and guest artists, representatives speaking to the evening’s issues will let you know how to join them in the work they are doing.
I look forward to seeing you on Saturday!
22 Below Cabaret is New York City’s premiere smokeless coffeehouse, and is located at
155 East 22nd Street, downstairs at the Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church,
between Lexington and Third Avenues.
A portion of the evening’s proceeds will be
donated to organizations dedicated to
community work and making the world a better place.
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