The Lane County Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union
invites you to join us for an evening of music, spoken word, and
solidarity. Come celebrate the recent organizing victories at Eugene Free
Net, Sexual Assault Support Services, and Mother Kali's.
WHAT: The Bread and Roses Review
WHEN: Wednesday, July 9, 7-11 p.m.
WHERE: 660 W. 20th St, Eugene (just west of Washington Park)
Come enjoy music and a picnic with union members and friends. Bring your
own food, drink and a chair. Folk musicians and rabble rousers Anne
Feeney and Chris Chandler* are taking time out of their West Coast tour to
support the Lane County Branch of the IWW. Not going to be able to see
Feeney and Chandler at the Oregon Country Fair this year? Or, planning to
see them perform at the Fair, but want to catch them again? Come to the
Bread and Roses Review to enjoy their inspirational act.
The concert is a benefit to support on-going local IWW labor organizing.
The cost is a sliding scale, $7 - $12. No one will be turned away for lack
of funds; additional donations gladly accepted.
For more information, call 461-1614
* What do the critics have to say about Anne Feeney and Chris Chandler?
"A modern day wild woman for peace and justice." - Ann Butler, Pittsburgh
"Too original to garner even moderate mass appeal." - Dirty Linen
"Too brilliant to remain buried in the underground." - Art Voice
"...the most creatively...radical act on the coffeehouse circuit." - The
"He's got a great heart and I would trust him with my life, I think you
can trust him with your stage... . One of the 10 best singers of Traditional
Music." - Utah Phillips