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KPFA Community Crafts Fair
Sunday, December 15, 2002
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Concourse Exhibition Center 8th & Brannan Streets
32nd annual event, benefiting the only listener-sponsored free speech radio station with a mission to promote peace, defend democratic ideals, and support cultural diversity. 220 exceptional artists and craftsmakers show their own work in a spirited ambiance, featuring natural foods from many cultures, world musicians, and wise speakers. An emphasis on enviromentally responsible craft, the use of recycled materials and found objects, creative alternatives to endangered resources. The presence of such environmental and human rights' organizations as Amnesty International, The Ecology Center, Afghan Women's Support, Seaflow Ocean Protection, others Musicians include: Moh Alileche (Berber), Azidan (Arabian/Andalusian), Viviana Guzman (Chilean), Marcelo Tango (Argentinian), the Nigerian Brothers, Batey (Cuban), Mosaic (Bulgarian, Corsican, Croatian), Zu Kim (Korean), Eagle Spirit (Native American), Daughters of Yam, Karumanta Jamuyku (Bolivian), Karma Moffett (Tibetan) Speakers include: Maxine Hong Kongston, Jerry Mander, Jack Kornfield, Nina Wise, Keba Konte, Vivienne Verdon-Roe, Mollie Katzen, Wes Nisker, Rabbi Michael Lerner entry - $7, $5 seniors or disabled, under 17 free, free shuttle between KPFA Fair and Civic Center BART and Caltrain Station.Valet bike parking by S.F. Bicycle Coalition. public info: www.kpfa.org 510.848.6767x609
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