Tuesday, March 30, 2010

April 24th, "Free Tarek Mehanna! Benefit Show & CD Release Party!"


Food, Raffle & Live Music to support TAREK MEHANNA and all political prisoners!

SATURDAY, APRIL 24th, 2010
6:00pm @ Spontaneous Celebrations

45 Danforth Street, Jamaica Plain, MA
(Stoneybrook T-stop on the Orange Line)

$10 - 30 sliding scale suggested donation.
Any donation over $15 gets you a FREE CD with entrance!
All Ages! Wheelchair Accessible. No alcohol, please.

Featuring performances in support of Tarek by 7 artists featured on the CD!

NATURAL BLISS
(boston's pre-eminent female emcee, gritty hip-hop to reckon with)

BROADCAST LIVE
( NY-based radical hip hop and spoken word for liberation.)

SPIRITCHILD (freedom singer of the south bronx, hip hop for cultural revolution then evolution)

SISTAH MIA (community activist from the bronx, revolutionizing youth through hip hop)

L.O.S.T. (young emcee from new york with a raw, complex flow and a powerful message)

STEPHANIE ROOKER (soul-shaking & alluring music for empowerment & social change)

MAJESTY (hardcore progressive hip-hop artist using his gift for the upliftment of the people)

Tarek Mehanna is a young Muslim man from the Boston area who was recently arrested by the FBI after refusing to be an informant against the Muslim community. He is currently being held illegally in 23-hour solitary confinement.

Join us to celebrate the release of the Free Tarek! Compilation CD, an educational fundraising project to help free our brother Tarek. The CD consists of more than 30 artists who have donated their music to raise awareness about FBI repression and related struggles against racism and oppression. The CD has plenty of brand new material recorded specifically in support of Tarek, and features a musically diverse array of movement artists like Rebel Diaz, Climbing Poetree, Hasan Salaam, Sabreena Da Witch, Evan Greer, and Taina Asili. CDs are $10 - 25 sliding scale and will be available online as well as at the show!

For more information about Tarek's Case and what you can do to help, visit www.freetarek.com.