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Get On The Bus Jan 7
(Published: January 06, 2012)

Saturday, January 7, 2012 7:30pm - 10pm
Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Sq. South, New York, NY

Music by William Parker Ensemble
Cooper-Moore piano
Ras Moshe sax
William Parker bass, perc.
Patricia Nicholson voice, dance
Fay Victor vocals

Baher Azmy - CCR Legal Director

Daniel Berrigan - Acclaimed peace activist and poet

Saher Muradi - Afghan-American poet

Christ Brandt - New York City poet

Cost: $30, which goes towards a round-trip bus ticket to DC for January 11 at 6:30am, for yourself or someone else. For more information on transport to DC,
see www.ccrjustice. org/closegitmo

On January 7 at Judson Church, Join peace activist and poet Dan Berrigan, CCR's Legal Director Baher Azmy, and other friends for an evening of poetry and song to inspire and encourage fellow New Yorkers to get on the bus
to Washington, DC to join a growing coalition of groups on January 11, 2012 in a historic protest against the continued existence of the prison
at Guantanamo Naval Base and all that it stands for.

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