On September 4, Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) organizers and environmental activists Judi Ban and Darryl Chemey will bring their irresistible brand of songs, humor and politics to Ann Arbor for a special show. Two years ago Bari and Chemey were organizing support for Redwood Summer, a campaign to slow logging of old growth forests in California. They received national media attention when a car bomb blew their vehicle apart. Now they are on the road with their music and their message. raising awareness and raising funds for local and national ■ projects. The FBI tried to pin the blame for the 1990 car explosión on the two activists, asserting that they were transporting explosives. Many. however, suspect FBI involvement in the bombing. Chemey's original songs contain lively and witty messages from the front lines of the Earth First! (EF!) environmental movement and the emerging coalition between radical workers and environmentalists. See Bari and Cherney in concert at 7:30 pm on Friday, Sept. 4 at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw. They will be joined by Corey Dolgon and the Dharma Hogs. Admission is $10 i f you are employee 'and $5 ifyou are unemployed or underpaid. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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