WHEN?
 
Thursday, April 20
 
6:00 PM Doors Open, hors d'oeuvres served
 
6:15 PM Jesse Sage, former Program Director of iAbolish, the American Anti-Slavery Group, is coming to speak on the current situation in Sudan
 
7:0 PM Live Improv Jazz Band: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade
 
 
10:00 PM Doors Close
 
 
Friday April 23, 2004
 
12:00 PM Doors Open
 
7:00 PM Spoken Word Artists, Alixa and Naima, are coming back to BC! Check out www.climbingpoetree.com -Hosted by Floetry
   
9:00 PM Open Mic: Come and share your own words, poetry, and music.
 
 
11:00 PM Doors Close
 

Saturday April 24, 2004

 
 
12:00 PM Doors Open
 
11:00 PM Doors Close
 
Sunday April 25, 2004
 
 

12:00 PM Doors Open

 

7:00 PM Short Documentary Film Festival

   
Defending those who give the Earth a voice (Amnesty Int’l & Sierra Club): a joint campaign launched in 1999 by Amnesty International USA and Sierra Club to protect and defend the rights of citizens around the world "to speak out on behalf of the environment" and to "petition their government" for a clean environment.

No Dirty Gold (Oxfam): In places as diverse as Ghana, Indonesia, the United States, and Peru, gold mining operations have displaced people from their homelands against their will, destroyed traditional livelihoods, and damaged ecosystems.

The Killing Zone, Gaza (Dispatches): Dispatches reporter Sandra Jordan and producer Rodrigo Vasquez risk their lives to reveal the shocking level of daily violence and murderous hate in the Gaza Strip. Their film captures the aftermath of an Israeli missile attack that assassinates a leader of the Hamas group.

 
   
10:00 PM Doors Close
 
Monday April 26, 2004
 
 
12:00 PM Doors Open
   
8:00 PM "This Gay Life”: Lambda of LGBC hosts an Interview Based Show in similar format to "This American Life.” The theme for this month will be "Off to School" and will focus on coming to BC and what comes with that transition.  
   
10:00 PM Doors Close