[News] Int'l Women's Day celebration, Mar. 4-6, SF Women's Bldg.

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Fri Feb 25 08:51:36 EST 2005

Loco Bloco, Mission Girls, The Center for Young Women's Development, WILD 
for Human Rights & The Women's Building present


Three evenings of performance, music, & art celebrating International 
Women's Day
March 4-6, 2005

Art exhibit opens at 7pm, show starts at 8pm

The Women's Building
3543 18th Street, San Francisco
Sliding Scale $5-10 (under 18) & $10-30 (18 and over)
Event information / Youth Group Discounts / Childcare requests: 
415.431.1180 x17

INDESTRUCTIBLE will move audiences with the raw and revealing stories of 
three young women who come into their own power under the surreal 
circumstances of everyday life. Accompanied by a multi-media art exhibit 
and live music, this annual International Women's Day celebration embraces 
beauty and pain, drama and secrets, boundaries and the unknown to find a 
healing strength that is universal.  Far from your typical sit-down 
performance, this intergenerational community production is a creative 
grassroots masterpiece to uplift the soul.

About the sponsors:
The Women's Building is a vibrant four-story community center dedicated to 
providing women and girls with the tools to participate equally in society.

The Center For Young Women's Development works to ensure that young women 
who have been severely impacted by poverty are able to achieve 
self-sufficiency and become positively engaged in their communities.
Loco Bloco provides underserved multi-ethnic youth with hands-on experience 
in the live public performance of music, dance and theater.

Mission Girls, a program of Mission Neighborhood Centers strives to provide 
high-quality, culturally appropriate human services to young Latinas in the 
Mission district.
WILD for Human Rights advances human rights in the U.S. through the 
conscious leadership and action of women and girls.

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San Francisco, CA 94110
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