Cottonmouth XXXIII meets Amnesty International for ARTillery Spoken Word

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We are at the end of 2011 and the right to free speech is still being visibly violated around us. Most dramatically in the casual showering of pepper spray. Well, Amnesty once again joins Cottonmouth to voice the common rights to basic freedoms by spraying back. With words, those painful and powerful things.

Spoken word artists, writers, poets and musicians will congregate once again for a night that entertains, yes, but does so with import. All proceeds go to Amnesty International, bolstered by the ammunition of declarations and exaltations that remind us of the wrongs as much as it reasserts the rights.

Performers will be announced shortly!

WHAT: Cottonmouth XXXIII meets Amnesty International For ARTillery Spoken Word.
WHEN: 7.30pm Tuesday 6 December 2011
WHERE: The Bird, 181 William St, Northbridge
HOW MUCH: $10 - all proceeds go to Amnesty.

A zine will be released. Submissions with socially conscious interests and themes will be considered. 

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This page contains a single entry by Tomás Ford published on November 24, 2011 9:40 AM.

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