Charlie Rossiter, Poets & Musicians for Change-Chicago, Illinois

Organizer: Charlie Rossiter


100,000 Poets, Musicians and Artists for Change:
A Benefit Concert

Unity Temple, Saturday, September 22, 2012—7:30 pm
In cooperation with the 2nd Annual International 100,000 Poets for Change

835 Lake St. (corner of Lake and Kenilworth)
in Oak Park
Doors open 7:00

–Display tables by the 4 event beneficiary groups
Veterans for Peace
ARISE Chicago—dedicated to fighting workplace injustice
ENLASE Chicago–works to prevent gang violence
3rd Unitarian Austin Scholarship Fund–helps Austin H.S. students with college
–Exhibit of Photos
Henry Berry “Landscapes & Relics”
Michael Bracey “Photos Without Borders”

Concert at 7:30, features premiere performing artists in 5 genres

Concert-Part I
Gregorio Gomez—poet
Tekki Lomnicki—solo theatrical performer
Anna Stange—folksinger

Intermission—refreshments available
Display tables by concert beneficiaries
Photo Exhibit:

Concert-Part II
hat fashion show
Atiba Jali—African drumming
Jack Rossiter-Munley—roots/rock/blues
The concert will be approximately 2 hours long.
The hat fashion show will be approx 5 minutes.

Charlie Rossiter & Rich Pokorny, coordinators—sponsored by Unity Temple Unitarian Universalist Congregation Social Mission Committee
CR will emcee the concert
$10, general seating–Advance tickets available after August 1 at:
and at the door the night of the event.
Additional donations welcome. For more info: 708-606-4673

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