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Songs of Struggle and Social Critique with activist folksinger, BEN GROSSCUP
November 24, 2018 Faith Mennonite Church, 2720 East 22nd Street, Minneapolis, 7pm – 9pm. Ben’s powerful voice and energetic guitar-style inspire action toward a freer
society. His songs pull at your heart, provoke laughter and critical
conversation, and make no apology for a biting critique of the social order.
He sings at concerts, rallies, and picket lines. Having grown up in the Twin
Cities Peace Movement, he now lives in Western Massachusetts. Two sets,
with an intermission, will address climate justice, anti-racism, healthcare,
war & peace, worker & immigrant rights, and revolution. Suggested donation $10-$20. Questions: 612-722-1504; email@example.com
Aane Fosse, musician and composer, will be interviewed on KBEM (88.5) on September 26 at 8:20am. Aane will be premiering his composition, “Let It Begin With Me” with the 4 Peace Band featuring Patricia Lacy on Saturday, September 29, 2018 7pm at the Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, Mpls as part of “10 Days Free From Violence.”
- Peace Education - 23 October, Roseville
- The Collaborator’s Meeting For March is this Wednesday, the 27th. - For our March 27th collaborator’s meeting, Spiritual Director Pam Winthrop Lauer will give us a preview us a preview of the power of Nonviolent Communication, which she will be sharing with us during this summer’s 10-days Free From Violence. See flyer below for details. This is also a monthly collaborators meeting for the purpose of … Continue reading The Collaborator’s Meeting For March is this Wednesday, the 27th.