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Free Pacifica Benefit in LA Sunday

Musical Garden Party
Honoring Juan Gonzalez and Roz & Howard Larman
Supporting the Free Pacifica Lawsuits and the Pacifica Campaign
Folk Rock Singer Dar Williams to Perform

Sunday, August 26, 2001

Santa Monica, California

Limited space. To secure reservations go to:

Acclaimed folksinger Dar Williams has joined a line-up of artists performing at a "Musical Garden Party" honoring former Pacifica Radio hosts Roz and Howard Larman and their 30 years of "FolkScene" and former Democracy Now! co-host Juan Gonzalez in support of the Free Pacifica Lawsuits and the Pacifica Campaign.

Dar is not new to the Free Pacifica Radio movement, she performed at several benefits in the Bay Area. "That New York station, WBAI, totally radicalized my adolescence," she told the San Francisco Chronicle earlier this year. "I could tune in and find things no one else was playing. The Berkeley station (KPFA) serves the same function."

Thousands of Pacifica Radio listener-sponsors from across the nation have organized to reclaim the Pacifica Foundation from a corporate clique that critics say have hijacked the progressive radio network founded over 50 years ago. In the past five years, close to 150 volunteers and staff have been purged, fired or driven out of Pacifica stations in a bid to "dumb down" and depoliticize programming. Join us this Sunday to help defend this great treasure from corporate hijackers and Beltway politicians.

When: Sunday, August 26, 2001 2-6 PM

Where: 939 San Vicente Blvd., Santa Monica

What: Musical Garden Party Supporting the Free Pacifica Lawsuits and the Pacifica Campaign

Who: Honoring Roz & Howard Larman and their 27 years of Folkscene formerly presenting the best in the peoplešs music on KPFK 90.7 FM and Juan Gonzalez, former co-host of Pacifica Radiošs Democracy Now!, NY Daily News columnist and founder of the Pacifica Campaign.

Featured entertainment: Dar Williams, acclaimed folk rock singer/songwriter; Joanna Cazden, political singer/songwriter; David Crittendon, Blues/jazz/spiritual pianist and singer; James Lee Stanley, wonderful humorous songwriter; Wozzani, outstanding, multi-racial, all-women's World Beat group; Roy Zimmerman, hilarious, lead singer/songwriter of The Foremen.

Mexican Buffet included
Signed CD's, Books and Posters available.

Hosted by: Santa Monica Mayor Michael Feinstein (former KPFK host); Assem. Jackie Goldberg; Professor Gerald Horne, author; Mia Iwataki of East Wind; Sherman Pearl, co-founder of the L.A. Poetry Festival, and Gary Phillips, writer/activist with the National Writers Union.

Suggested donation: $50.00

Limited space. To secure reservations go to:

For information: call 323 878-5680