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Make Love, Not War!

Busboys and Poets, 5331 Baltimore Street, Hyattsville, MD

$5 suggested


Tunes of Transformation

Church of Reformation, 212 East Capitol St. NE Metro: Blue Line (Capitol South), Washington D.C.

A rich cultural evening in support of the US Social Forum FEATURING: Jasaga David Sawyer: Music activist and historian The Sikuris Drum and Pan Pipe Dancers: The Spirit of Andean Altiplano Mark Francis Nickens: Street performer and master guitarist Pam Parker (With Richard Miller): Singer, union member, peace activist Yikes McGee: Folk singer and political agitator

Poetry & spoken word: Ayo Handi: Mama Ayo – the Kwanzaa Griot Emcee: Darryl Moch, Labor Heritage Foundation

$10 suggested (no one turned away) Proceeds will support travel and scholarships for persons attending the US Social Forum (held in Detroit, June 22-26; see
Organizational tables: $25 per organization

Enjoy cultural entertainment and learn more about organizing for the DC Social Forum! For more information, contact: DC PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR THE US SOCIAL FORUM C/O John Steinbach,, or Ann Wilcox,


Yikes McGee Pre-Election Concert

Mad City Coffee, 10801 Hickory Ridge Road, Columbia, MD

Directions: From Route 95 take Route 32 West to Broken Land Parkway North to Hickory Ridge Road.
Or, from Route 29 take Broken Land Parkway West to Hickory Ridge RD. Either way you come / Turn left on Hickory Ridge, continue to the entrance of Hickory Ridge Plaza parking lot on the left, just after Sunny Spring Rd, and just before Cedar Lane – you’ll see Long and Fosters sign on your left – continue to far end of lot to Mad City

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