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SI KAHN in Concert

Submitted by: Grassroots Leadership

Categories: Events, Corporate Social Responsibility

Posted: Nov 16, 2007 – 11:21 AM EST

 

People's Voice Cafe, New York8:00 pm, Saturday, November 17, 2007

Nov. 16 /CSRwire/ - November 16, 2007 -

LOCATION: 45 East 33rd St., in New York City (between Park & Madison, North side of 33rd St.).

TIMES: All shows start at 8 PM, Saturdays; doors open at 7:30. We do NOT accept reservations in advance; come early to be assured of a seat.

GATE: $12 contribution – more if you choose, less if you can’t; no one turned away. If you are a member of Peoples' Voice or Workmen's Circle, then the suggested contribution is $9. We also accept TDF vouchers for full admission.

ACCESSIBILITY: The Peoples' Voice Cafe has a wheelchair accessible entrance (doors are wide enough for a chair, and there is no step, but note, the doors do not open automatically). Unfortunately the bathrooms are not 100% accessible (doors not wide enough). We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

ABOUT SI KAHN: Ace organizer, speaker and songwriter in an evening built around social activism, love and songs that audiences can easily learn and sing. "Si Kahn has long been an inspirational figure, as folksinger, songwriter, and particularly as an activist and organizer whose music frequently reflects his life work in the labor and social justice movements."— Sing Out! "Many of Si Kahn’s brilliant insights became the foundation of my work. I especially appreciated Si's emphasis on building leadership and his faith and confidence in people."—the late Senator Paul Wellstone. New CD: Thanksgiving (SCR); new musical: Silver Spoon; co-author, Fox in the Henhouse, How Privatization Threatens Democracy.

ABOUT GRASSROOTS LEADERSHIP: Grassroots Leadership is a national organization that works to defend democracy, to enhance the public good and to stop the erosion of the public sphere. It pursues these goals through a combination of strategic research, issue advocacy, direct action organizing, public education and leadership development. Since 1999 the organization has focused on a national campaign to abolish all for-profit private prisons, jails and detention centers, as a step towards creating a prison and criminal justice system that is in at least some measure humane and just. For more information: www.grassrootsleadership.org.

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