FUN, FINESSED THINKING, AND FUNDS FOR MAP HIGH SCHOOL PEACE ESSAY SCHOLARSHIPS
In 2016, three veterans, a storyteller, a musician, and a visual artist, did a show at Patrick's Cabaret, using great art to explore the question: IS IT EVER RIGHT TO KILL TO STOP EVIL? Like the one showing Jael seducing General Sisera so she could drive a tent stake thru his head to stop his invasion of her city.
On October 1, THE SEQUEL, Gerald Ganann, Steve Gates, and Larry Johnson, will look artistically at nonviolent force to stop injustice. Each will use storytelling, music, and art. The audience decides which is the real storyteller, or musician, or artist, and someone will win a copy of Larry's new book, SIXTY-ONE: 61 stories focussed on nonviolent force.
The evening includes Armistice Bell Ringing by Veterans for Peace, as well as a cameo appearance by Steve McKeown, explaining why KELLOGG BOULEVARD has absolutely no connection to cereal that talks.
Where: Black Dog Café in St. Paul – back room
(308 E. Prince St., near the Farmers Market and the Saints Stadium) www.blackdogstpaul.com
Cost: Donations accepted for MAP (Mn Alliance of Peacemakers) student peace essay contest, formally announced on Intl Peace Day. $10 suggested, but considerably more is fine. Less, whatever you can, is also fine.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP, or for HOW TO MAKE A DONATION BY MAIL IF YOU CAN'T BE THERE.
Come early for Happy Hour specials from 3-6!!