Monday, 23 April 2007

TorontoTheBetter musicians suport Toronto Rap Project, IWW

Free copies of Wasun's CD What Must Be Done will be available to the first ten arrivals at the final screening of the 2007 2nd Annual TorontoTheBetter Movie Series this Thursday (26 April 2007).

Starting at 7:30 PM, we will be showing The Toronto Rap Project (Toronto Rappers Speak Out For Their Music Against Corporate Media Messages) at the Brunswick Theatre, located at 296 Brunswick, west of Spadina and just south of Bloor.

If hip-hop and/or documentaries are not your sort of thing, you may be interested in the Industrial Workers of the World Toronto presentation: not without a Fight (Music And Spoken Word in Support of The New York City Food Industry and Allied Workers Union).

Starting at 8 PM in the Smiling Buddha Bar (961 College, just west of Dovercourt), this event will donate all proceeds to NYC warehouse workers fired for unioninzing and to the IWW Canada legal defence fund.

The performerrs include singer-songwriter Smokey Dymny.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Don't miss this great mix of cultural and political activism. Just in time for May day!