145 Jefferson Street
San Francisco, California 94133

Imagine Peace 2008
SF’s Premiere Progressive Party!

December 31, 2007

Don't miss an inspiring & unforgettable night of dancing, music, merrymaking & performance with your favorite Bay Area progressives. Enjoy a magnificent view of the fireworks by the Bay, rub elbows with the most famous and infamous at San Francisco's unique Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf.

Members of the women's peace group CODEPINK and U.S. human rights group Global Exchange in San Francisco will celebrate their second annual peace party in an event called Imagine Peace 2008 on December 31, 2007. In hopes of a new year filled with non-violence, compassion and peace, the organizations are co-partnering with leading politicians, and environmental, media justice and religious groups to celebrate peace under the roof of the imaginative Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf. Peace party celebrations during the holiday will be happening from coast to coast, aiming to encourage voters to elect peace candidates in 2008 and to bring together leading movement builders for an unforgettable night of solidarity and great dancing!

Imagine Peace 2008, a progressive peace party
December 31, 2007 9:00pm-1:00am
The Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf, 145 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

Receive a hand guide to the Pathway to Peace with Fidel Castro, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mohandas Ghandhi, Shirley Temple, John F. Kennedy, Queen Elizabeth, Jesus and more!

In person guests include San Francisco Supervisor Tom Ammiano, State Assemblyperson Mark Leno, San Francisco School Board President Mark Sanchez, Medea Benjamin cofounder of Global Exchange and CODEPINK and Kevin Danaher cofounder of Global Exchange and co-author of the new book, "Building the Green Economy, Success from the Grassroots"

Musical performances:
* HYIM and the Fat Foakland Orchestra www.hyimvibe.com
"Hyim is a spell-binding and formidable talent."— San Francisco Chronicle
"With a soulful delivery that sometimes recalls Sting from the days fronting The Police, the vocalist and gifted keyboard player shifts easily from confessional introspection to funk drenched exhortation." — KTVU Ch 2
"They swayed and shook, enraptured, until he stopped." — San Francisco Bay Guardian

* The AVERAGE DYKE BAND, the Bay Area's hottest new all-Lesbian dance band

* Tony Mayfield, solo and acoustic performance

$50.00 regular
$25.00 student/youth

Online Tickets: https://secure.groundspring.org/dn/index.php?aid=2312

Or pick up tickets at Global Exchange Fair Trade Stores
* San Francisco, CA 4018 24th Street (415) 648-8068
* Berkeley, CA 2840 College Avenue (510) 548-0370

Transit to Wax Museum
BART: Disembark at Embarcadero and take the antique "F" Line streetcars
MUNI: Board #15, #19, #30, #32 or #42
CABLE CARS: Board at Powell and Market Streets, or at any stop along way. Disembark two blocks from Fisherman's Wharf

To volunteer at this event fill out the on-line form: http://www.volunteerforchange.org/event/details/1130

Cosponsors of Imagine Peace 2008: Amazon Watch, American Muslim Voice, Credo Mobile, Department of the Environment, Global Peace Partners, Media Alliance, Mother Jones Magazine, National Lawyer's Guild SF-Bay Area, Network of Spiritual Progressives, Rainforest Action Network, Redefining Progress, SF Bay Guardian, SF Bay View Newspaper, SoloRosa Wines & more!

Global Exchange
CODEPINK Women for Peace
2017 Mission Street, Floor 2
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 575-5543
[email protected]

Official Website: http://www.globalexchange.org/imaginepeace2008

Added by CODEPINK-SF on November 2, 2007

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