Featuring WOOL & GRANT, a new musical duo made up of two veteran singer/songwriters Bev Grant, well known as the leader of the political rock band “Human Condition,” and Ina May Wool, who John Platt from WFUV calls “One of my favorite New York singer/songwriters.” And, Jazz and R&B guitarist extraordinaire Ahmad Ali, host of Stony Brook radio’s Cafe Ali, and occasional late night co-host on WBAI. In addition, Fr. Frank Morales will speak on “Pentagon Inc. Declares War on Americans” – a look at the militarization and coordination of the nation’s police forces and pending legislation allowing military arrests of civilians here in the U.S.
Entrance is only $5. At Lafayette Grill and Bar, 54 Franklin Street in downtown Manhattan (between Lafayette Street and Broadway, a few blocks south of Canal Street). Come early! Excellent Mediterranean food and drink will be available. Also, free hors d’oeuvres (hummous, baba ganouj, olives, etc.) for early-birds. Remember, Revolution is as American as Occu-pie.