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Saturday, March 20, 2010

Sunday: Road to Detroit::U.S. Social Forum Hip-hop fundraiser

Posted on Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 3:57 PM

Road to Detroit

U.S. Social Forum Hip-Hop Fundraiser

Invincible + Anita Tijoux + Rebel Diaz


GI + Rodstarz from Rebel Diaz


March 21

10pm $5

Pedi Cab Bar

415 E Cevallos St


Doors open

@ 9

Cash only bar.

Atm onsite.

Raffle+Arte +Resistencia

Invincible Detroit

"One of the most talented MC's I've ever heard black or white male or female..." -

Talib Kwali

Invincible's spitfire wordplay has gotten her acclaim from Hip Hop fans all across the world, while her active involvement in progressive social change has taken her music beyond entertainment, and towards actualizing the change she wishes to see.

Anita Tijoux Chile

Anita -a socially conscious rapper that happens to be the daughter of a man who fled the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet- has been on the forefront of the movement since the mid-90's.

Rebel Diaz Puerto Rico-Chile-NY

With influences ranging from dirty south bounce to South American folk, Rebel Diaz combines classic boom bap tradition with Hip Hop's global impact.

Fundraiser to travel to:

U.S. Social Forum

The U.S. Social Forum is more than a conference, more than a networking bonanza, more than a reaction to war and repression. The USSF will provide space to build relationships, learn from each other's experiences, share our analysis of the problems our communities face, and bring renewed insight and inspiration. It will help develop leadership and develop consciousness, vision, and strategy needed to realize another world.

The USSF will take place June 22-26, 2010 at Cobo Hall and Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit. The USSF will convene social movements from across the United States and globally.

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