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A PUBLIC FUNDRAISING EVENT where NYC ARTISTS & COMMUNITIES come together & create possibilities during an evening of Artistic ___Expression.

~Art, Culture Exchange & a Revolutionary Connection~

SATURDAY JULY 17, 20047:00 PM sharp-10:30 PM

Where: St. Mark’s Church 131 East 10th Street(between 3rd & 2nd Ave, closer to 2nd Ave on the corner)New York City, New York- take 6 train to Astor Place


Emcee: Oscar Bermeo and music by DJ OJA     Key Note Speaker: Diana Vega


$10 Suggested Donation, however, all contributions will be graciously accepted and no one will be turned away.  All proceeds from the event will be put towards a Scholarship & given to a Full-Time student/s who is majoring in the Arts & using his/her work to help & promote Community development and leadership.


Artists Performing that evening:

Acentos Bronx Poetry Showcase

Allen Kûkekâlenaikalaninui Kam, Hula

David Phillips, Pianist

Dee Ann Macomson, Singer/ Songwriter

Erica DeLaRosa, Spoken Word

Flow Mercy, MC & Spoken word

Florence Yoo, Music

George Aslaender, Guitarist

Juan Diaz, Spoken Word

Lynne Procope, Spoken Word

Louis Reyes Rivera, Spoken Word

Masauko Chipembere, Music

Ora Wise, Spoken Word

Owl Red Moon, BlackNative Dance

Siaki, Samoan Fire Dance

Sparlha, Spoken Word & Music

The Tulen Center, Indonesian Martial Arts

Mika, R&B & Soul Singer

Vicki Genfan, Singer & Guitarist

ARTISTS with Tables/Displayed:  Dennis Darkeem, JewelryLisardo, Black Books Richard Tupou, Black BooksRhea Vedro, JewelrySamira Hawkins, 10 year old artist                                                            


Film Screening by Jessica Chen Drammeh, of her film, ANOMALY 


Communities Represented: Adoption Crossroads, Activism, African Americans, Arab Women in the Arts, Asian Americans, Black Book Arts Movement, Black Natives, Caribbean, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Elementary School in Brooklyn, Irish Americans, GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender), Girls with Guitars, Haitian, Harlem, Hip Hop, Jews Against the Occupation, Latinos, Latino Poetry in the Bronx, Latino Theater, Lower East Side,  Mothers in the Arts, Multiethnic, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders (Samoans, Hawaiians, Maoris, Tongans, Papua New Guinea), Puerto Ricans, South Africans, South Asians, Theater in NYC, Mexicans and Xicanos, Queens, and Youth Arts & Education.


Organizations Represented with Tables & Information:

Acentos, Bronx Poetry Showcase

Adoption Crossroads

APICHA (Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition onHIV/AIDS)

AYE (Artists Youth Educators)

InternationalBlackout Arts Collective

breathingPOETRY Workshops

Community~Word Project, Inc.

The Fusion Series

GAPIMINY(Gay Asian Pacifs Islander Men in New York)

Jews Against the Occupation


Mahina Movement, all women performance ensemble

Mixed Media Watch

People of African Descent

SALAAM! (South Asian League of Artists in America)

Swirl Inc.

synonymUS Experimental Poetry Workshop

The Tulen Center

Thirdwave Foundation

Queens Theatre in the Park

Urban Pasifika New York City

Voices Unbroken

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