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Women's Equality Parade

Date:
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Time:
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Event Type:
Party/Street Party
Organizer/Author:
Location Details:
Parade starts at 9:30 AM at Southside Park
Sign-up at 7th & T Streets
Rally at 11 AM at the West Steps of the Capitol
Sacramento, CA

Our Votes = Our Voices
Help us Commemorate and
Reaffirm Women's Right to Vote!
Join us in the parade or come watch!
Saturday August 25, 2007
2nd Annual California Women's Equality Day Parade & Rally


"The vote is the emblem of equality, women of America, the guarantee of your liberty.
That vote of yours has cost millions of dollars and the lives of thousands of women."
Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of the League of Women Voters
Parade starts at 9:30 AM at Southside Park
Sign-up at 7th & T Streets
Rally at 11 AM at the West Steps of the Capitol
Sacramento, CA
WOMEN'S EQUALITY DAY SPECIAL:
"GREAT WOMEN OF JAZZ, 1890-1990"

7:00 pm, Friday, August 24, 2007
24th Street Theater, Sierra 2 Center for Community and Arts
2791 24th Street, Sacramento 95818

Pre parade registrants $10 per ticket other wise $15.
The Jazz Generation presents their popular history of women in jazz show, for the 2nd Annual
Women's Equality Day Parade and Rally. Written by Suzanne Brooks; premiered in 2004.
The Jazz Generation is multi-ethnic, multi-generational band of men and women

Suzanne Brooks, vocalist/manager; Chris Lee, keyboard; Kim Nguyen, flute;
Toby Spencer, drums; David O'Keefe, bass; and Joel Bremson, guitar;
along with Monique Massey Jefferson, narrator; and dancers choreographed by
Linda Tregle, teacher at Cosumnes River and San Joaquin Delta Colleges.
This performance is made possible by support from the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission,
Lyons Realty, Crepeville Restaurant (24th Street), I Wantabe Costumes (West Sacramento)
and International Association for Women of Color Day.
SHOW TICKETS ONLY: contact The Jazz Generation (916) 483-9804 or CreativeSy [at] aol.com.
Advanced purchases are recommended. The Jazz Generation accepts Visa/Mastercard for advance telephone sales.
Tickets purchased by credit card before August 18 can be mailed via postal mail.

Added to the calendar on Wed, Aug 22, 2007 6:37PM
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