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Celebrate Solidarity with a BTS Evening of Song

Maritime voices launch holiday CD in Halifax, 'Breaking the Silence' about Guatemala



Tuesday November 29 2011 (All day)

Venue: Just Us! Cafe Spring Garden 6:30-9pm
Address: 5896 Spring Garden Road
Cost: suggested donation: $20 waged, $10 unwaged
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible

"I will forever be touched by the courage, strength, and hope that these people showed in circumstances that I suspect would overcome most of us if our places were exchanged. They have been on a long journey searching for a little justice and they deserve our help."
--Lennie Gallant, PEI singer-songwriter, and contributor to "Singing Solidarity," a CD to be launched in Halifax November 29

The Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence (BTS) Network will launch "Singing Solidarity," a fundraiser CD, with an evening of live music, solidarity and awareness building in Halifax on Tuesday, November 29, 6:30-9pm. The musical evening will be hosted by Just Us! Cafe on Spring Garden Road. Guests will enjoy the music of several contributors to the CD, including Sackville, New Brunswick's RA Lautenschlager and Tatamagouche's Wilf Bean, as well as Halifax musician Ben Sichel and "Halilatin intense" band Zulkamoon, plus a surprise guest. BTS will also recognize the International Day for Solidarity with Palestinian People. "Singing Solidarity" will be for sale, along with delicious and handy fair trade treats, perfect for holiday gifts. Admission is by suggested donation of $20 waged, $10 unwaged. Join us in song and solidarity on November 29!

For more information contact Moira Peters at 902-455-3184 or moira.peters@gmail.com.

Organizer:moira@mediacoop.ca

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