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Redstone Labor Temple Celebration

February 27 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us and the rest of the community to honor 104 years of organizing
towards social and economic justice by the tenants of San Francisco’s
historic Redstone Labor Temple! Enjoy FREE admission with
complimentary food and cake alongside live music, performers, artists, poets and dancers.

Below is the delightful evening we have planned for you and your family:

6:00 PM The traditional Aztec dance by Mixcoatl Anahuac outside the historic Redstone building gives thanks to the four directions.

6:10 PM Activist writer and songwriter Tommi Avicolli Mecca provides an opening song.

6:20 PM The historic Redstone building will be dedicated as a Sanctuary Community, blessed by Reverend Monique Ortiz, pastor Iglesia Luterana Santa Maria y Santa Marta, and the San Francisco Night Ministry.

6:30 PM Teatro Popular performs a skit showcasing what to do when confronted by ICE and the deportation police.

6:40 PM Brass Liberation Orchestra is a multi-generational band known for its inspirational musical protests. Listen in as they drum up the energy of the room!

7:00 PM The Labor Man Award and the Labor Woman of the Year Award will be presented to
Executive Director Juana Flores of Mujeres Unidas y Activas, and Executive Vice President Arnulfo De La Cruz of SEIU Local 2015.

7:10 PM The Union Bugs will take us back in time with a performance of classic labor songs.

7:40 PM The Revolutionary Poets Brigade serves their powerful words in the service of struggles in motion.

8:00 PM Singer Juan Alberto performs Juan Gabriel’s beautiful songs as one of our sentimental closing acts.

 

Details

Date:
February 27
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

2940- 16th Street, San Francisco
2940 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103 United States
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