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Friday, April 13, 2007

Schedule for Friday - Sunday April 13-15

Here's the scheduled for Friday through Sunday April 13th-15th

Friday, April 13

7-9 AM - High Schools in AM

Washington Heights Day -
7:45am George Washington High School 191st & Audubon, near St. Nicolas
10:00am 181st and St. Nicolas
12 Noon George Washington High School 191st & Audubon
1:30pm 191st & St. Nicolas2:15pm 180 & St. Nicolas
5:00pm 163rd & Broadway

Harlem Team
11 AM Meet at the Burger King on 125th between Adam Clayton Powell and Lenox.
Go to stores, restaurants, street corners, etc.
3 PM - Harlem. Meet at the Burger King on 125th between Adam Clayton Powell and Lenox. Go to stores, restaurants, street corners, etc.

Columbia Team
9:15am Conference on Katrina
Jerome Greene Hall
Sponsored by the Columbia University Black Law Students Association
13th Annual Paul Robeson Conference
Hurricane Katrina Revisited: Continuing Obstacles and Hope for the Future
11 AM - Columbia. Meet at Pinnacle Bagel, 115th and Broadway.

New School Conference on Poverty
Lang Student Center at 55 West 13th Street
A Realistic Growth Policy for Our Times:A Conference in Memory of David Gordon
The aim is to promote a lively dialogue between scholars focused on labor market regulation, industrial relations, corporate governance, and political and cultural institutions, with scholars of economic growth who see institutions and income distribution as central to their analysis. The hope is to further our understanding of progressive and growth-promoting policies in today’s economic climate

7 PM - 8PM (show at 7:30 PM)
Henry Rollins/ Jeanine Garafolo/Mark Maron at Gramercy Theatre,
127 East 23rd Street

8PM In Darfur
Public Theater
425 Lafayette StreetNew York, NY 10003
The Public Theater presents a developmental production of Winter Miller's In Darfur, a powerful and timely work that explores the current humanitarian crisis in Darfur, Sudan.

8 PM. The Accomplices play.
Acorn Theatre. 42nd Street between 9th & 10th aves.
A play about American complicity in WWII.

8 PM. Inherit the Wind

9 PM - 1 AM - Bus lines to prisons.
Meet at 58th Street and 8th Avenue, opposite Duane Reed.

Lower East Side/ Youth Venues & Clubs

Saturday, April 14

Harlem/East Harlem
10:00AM -- SHARP
Adam Clayton Powell Blvd @ 126th Street, look for the truckby the state office building

- time and place to be announced

- time and place to be announced

Union Square Team
10:30am meet at the Bookstore
11:00am out at Union Square

12 NoonSea of People Event
Meet at Bookstore at 10:30amDemo starts 12 noon, rally followed by people dressed in blue stretching north in 2 columns along projected eastern and western 10foot waterlines that may one day redefine lower Manhattan under the 10 foot sea level rise scenario. Meet at Batter Park (4/5 to Bowling Green, R/W to White hall St, #1 to South Ferry). Sponsors: Step It Up NYC, Code Pink, et al.

8PM Doors open
Black Rock CoalitionWith Pillow Theory, Shaka Zulu Overdrive and others
Club Midway
25 Avenue B, bet. 2nd & 3rd $10

As people leave the theaterTHE COAST OF UTOPIA’ Lincoln Center Theater’s brave, gorgeous, sprawling and ultimately exhilarating production of Tom Stoppard’s trilogy about intellectuals errant in 19th-century Russia. A testament to the seductive powers of narrative theater, directed with hot and cool canniness by Jack O’Brien and featuring a starry cast (Brian F. O’Byrne, Jennifer Ehle, Martha Plimpton, Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke, among others) in a tasty assortment of roles. Vivian Beaumont Theater, 150 West 65th Street, Lincoln Center, (212) 239-6200.

Amir El Fassar
Alwan for the Arts
16 Beaver bet. Broadway and Broad212-967-4318 $15.00

9 PM - 1 AM - Bus lines to prisons. Meet at 58th Street and 8th Avenue, opposite Duane Reed.

Times Square

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Churches: Riverside Church, St. Mary’s Church, Abyssinian Church, House of the Lords Church, The Brooklyn Tabernacle, and Father Barrios’ church.

Washington Heights Team
180 & St. Nicholas
Stop the DeportationsImmigration Rally
165th street & Audubon, la Coalicion Comunidades Immigrates.

African Market
116th & MLK Blvd

Chelsea Team

Congregation Beth Elohim
274 Garfield Place (corner of Eighth Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Sunday, April 15 2007, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Join us for the fourth film in the Brooklyn Filmmakers Series. Rory Kennedy will show her film "Ghosts of Abu Ghraib" (originally broadcast on HBO). This film looks at how the abuses which occurred in the fall of 2003 at the Iraqi prison still remain etched in our national consciousness. The documentary asks: what do the events that occurred at the prison still say about America? Our government? Our military? Ourselves? The film is built on direct, personal narratives of perpetrators, witnesses, and victims of the abuse to probe the psychology of how typical boys and girls next door can become perpetrators of atrocious acts. It also explores the history of policy decisions dating back to the erosion of the Geneva conventions that contributed to making the abuse a reality.
2 or 3 to Grand Army PlazaExit south side of Flatbush Avenue. Walk 1 block along Plaza Street West. Turn right at Lincoln Place. Go 1 block, turn left on 8th Avenue and walk to Garfield Place.
Q to 7th AvenueWalk uphill along Flatbush Avenue. Turn right on 8th Avenue and walk to Garfield Place.
F to 7th AvenueExit at 8th Avenue (9th Street). Walk north along 8th Avenue (the numbers descend) to Garfield Place.

92nd St. Y
Lexington Avenue @ 92nd Street
Walter Isaacson with Charlie Rose: On Albert EinsteinWalter Isaacson recently completed the first full biography of Albert Einstein since all of the brilliant scientist’s papers were made available to the public, revealing new insights into Einstein’s life, times and genius. Isaacson is president of the Aspen Institute. He has been chairman and CEO of CNN and managing editor of Time magazine. Isaacson is the author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life and Kissinger: A Biography.

Next weekend:
Apr 20-22
South Asian Underground Film Festival:
Emergences and Emergencies: New South Asian Film-Making from Britain
All films shown at
CANTOR Film Center36 East 8th St @University Place
*Free & Open to the Public
from 7pm Friday.


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