Important updates: May 2nd Walk for a Just Peace
- View SourceSome important updates on the May 2nd Walk for a Just Peace in Israel and
Palestine, See you at noon on Sunday!
(1) Folksinger Pat Humphries will help us kick off the Walk! She'll sing
right before the step-off from Scoville Park. (See below for more
information about Pat.)
(2) The National Weather Service is NOT predicting rain for Sunday in its
latest forecast. (The high temp is predicted to be 54
degrees--jacket!) But, IF there is rain at the time of the Walk, we will
flip our schedule and do the buffet at the church FIRST and walk
LATER. The show goes on in any case! Come to Scoville Park at noon and
you'll be directed to the church if it happens to be raining.
The Third Annual Walk for a Just Peace in Israel and Palestine followed by
the Advocacy Buffet and Potluck
Sunday, May 2, 2004
12:00 noon -- Gather at Scoville Park, Lake Street and Oak Park Ave., Oak
(Free parking is available in the Avenue Parking Garage--entry on North
Blvd. just east of Oak Park Ave. Via public transportation, take the Green
Line to the Oak Park Ave. stop and walk one block north. The Pace 309 bus
serves Lake Street; the Pace 311 bus serves Oak Park Ave.)
12:15 pm -- Welcome statement. Hedy Epstein will speak briefly, followed
by a song from Pat Humphries.
12:30 pm -- Walk steps off toward Harlem Avenue. From Scoville Park
(downtown Oak Park) we'll walk west to Harlem Ave., back along Lake St. to
Oak Park Ave., south to Pleasant St. and back north to the Park. (1.8 miles
About 1:30 or so: Advocacy Buffet and Potluck: After the walk at First
United Church, 848 Lake Street.
Information: Rebekah Levin: 708.383.4548 or email justpeace1@...
Acclaimed songwriter and performer Pat Humphries is in the Chicago-area to
do several shows and has graciously agreed to help us kick-off the Walk for
a Just Peace. Pat and her partner Sandy O are award-winning, activist
songwriters whose songs "Keep on Moving Forward" and "Peace, Salaam,
Shalom" have defined peace and justice events worldwide. "If I Give Your
Name," their song about undocumented workers killed on 9/11 in the WTC won
Grand Prize/Folk in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition. Pete Seeger
said on NPRs All Things Considered: The powers that be can control the
media (but) it's hard to stop a good song Pat's songs will be sung well
into the 22nd century.
Pat Humphries & Sandy O will be heard on Folkstage, WMFT's live in-studio
concert at 7:00 pm on Saturday, May 1st. They will also be appearing at
7:30 pm on Friday, May 7th at the Unitarian Church of Evanston, Ridge at
Greenwood, Evanston, IL. Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door.
Tickets available at the Unitarian Church of Evanston and at Women &
Children First Bookstore, 5233 N. Clark St., Chicago, 773-769-9299.
For more info on Pat and Sandy see: http://www.pathumphries.com/
This message was sent to the email list of the Committee for a Just Peace
in Israel and Palestine. See http://www.geocities.com/cjpipwebsite/
Thank you for your support.