Sixth Street Community Center Celebrates its 25th Anniversary!
Friday April 18, 2003
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Orensanz Foundation Center for the Arts
172 Norfolk St. (East Houston / Stanton Streets) in Manhattan
LIVE FOOD and LIVE
ENTERTAINMENT including activist Reverend
Billy (hallelujah!) and the irresistible Latin dance
rhythms of Juan
Ma y su Sonido Costeño.
exhibit by Marlis
Momber, who for over 25 years has recorded the history
of activism, arts and culture of the Lower East Side.
A silent auction
will include valuable items donated by many of our sponsors.
honored at the 25th Anniversery include Maria
Cruz, founder and former Executive Director of
Sixth Street Community Center. Will
Sales, poet and longtime SSCC Board member, Carolyn
Ratcliffe, Executive Director
Plaza Cultural Park and Community Garden, and Brian
Tokar, author and leader in the movement against
genetic engineering. Brian will conclude the awards ceremony with
a short address on the state of the movement and the challenges
by Subway: Take the F or V train to Delancey Street or
the J, M or Z train to Essex Street. Walk to Angel Orensanz Foundation
Center for the Arts, 172 Norfolk Street (between East Houston
and Stanton Streets, Manhattan.