Two Raging Grannies on Campus, Wed., Nov. 4

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This Wed., Nov. 4
Seattle’s Raging Grannies are holding a film screening and performance on Shoreline’s campus to promote global peace, justice, and social and economic equality by raising public awareness through the medium of song and humor. Hosted by the Student Leadership Center, the event takes place in the PUB Quiet Dining Room from 12:30-3 p.m. (film showing 12:30-2 p.m., Grannies performance 2-3 p.m.)

What Are the Raging Grannies Raging About? They are enraged about the poor conditions that people are forced to endure in their lives, and about the condition of the earth that will be left to our precious grandchildren. They sing out to gain respect for all persons and encourage everyone to grow above their prejudices. They rage against “corporate greed” and sign for “one world” in which JUSTICE is evident everywhere and PEACE reigns.

November 2nd, 2015 by