Syracuse Solidarity Network

JD Acceptance Coalition Benefit Concert June 20th
June 19, 2008, 12:35 am
Filed under: Events, Fundraisers

Jamesville-DeWitt High School Acceptance Coalition Benefit Concert
Friday, June 20th
6pm to 11pm
basement of MPH Presbyterian Church, 5299 Jamesville Rd

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Support this long-running fierce and fabulous queer youth group! Their annual benefits are always filled with creativity, wit and great performances!

“Now we realize that sounds odd but it’s in the basement and it has a really good stage and a lot of room and it was free. We have a bunch on different bands including Go all out, Here for the hour, Remember tommorow, All my ambitions, Magnet 79, and a few solo artist including Matthew Kelly. We still have a few bands we are waiting to hear from.


“The acceptance coalition is a group committed to fighting discrimination, oppression and prejudice in our schools and community. We are the group who promotes acceptance of all people and their beliefs in order to bring them together. We recognize that racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, ageism, religious prejudice and other forms of discrimination and oppression are all connected and they are issues that need to be addressed. We wish to be a community resource to offer support and education. Also, we have broadened our horizon and focus on getting the youth active in helping others and speaking their mind.”


April 20th: Rasin’ Hell, Raisin’ Bail: Benefit for the Detainment Task Force
April 1, 2008, 8:41 pm
Filed under: Events, Fundraisers, Solidarity Without Borders

Raisin’ Hell, Raisin Bail!
April 20th
Plymouth Church 232 E Onondaga St
$10-20 donation, no one turned away

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April 3rd: Resist & Rebuild: A Cultural Event to Celebrate & Raise Money for the New Orleans Women’s Health Clinic
April 1, 2008, 8:36 pm
Filed under: Events, Fundraisers
~~~ Dear friends, please join us and circulate widely. ~~~
Resist and Rebuild: A Cultural Event to Celebrate and Raise Money for the New Orleans Women’s Health Clinic
Thursday April 3, 2008, 7pm-9pm @ 2nd Story independent book store and coffee house, 550 Westcott Street, Syracuse