Launch Isis Storm ‘3 in 3’ Women’s History Month Celebration: Friday, March 12 at The Spot

11 Mar

Pictured: Kalyana Champlain at a performance organized in 08 by Reza Clifton. The 2 later became co-founders of Isis Storm.

Join members and supporters of Isis Storm this Friday, March 12, 2010, to celebrate Women’s History Month in a way that reflects the importance of women being recognized EVERYWHERE, ALL THE TIME:

Isis Storm presents 3 IN 3!

IT’S HARD OUT HERE FOR A GIRL – POETRY SLAM
An evening of spoken word with local poets speaking out about violence against women in Rhode Island

Friday March 12th
7:00 PM
The Spot on Thayer
286 Thayer Street
Providence, RI

$10 at door

Join Isis Storm Sisters Bmor-7, Kal Champlain aka 5th Elament, and Jessica Coutier aka J9Names for an “evening of spoken word with [other] local poets, speaking out about violence against women in Rhode Island.” Event raises funds for the Lindsay Ann Burke Foundation, which works with teens affected by domestic violence.  The event is part of a larger, week-long festival entitled:  “VDAY: Until the Violence Stops: Rhode Island.”

Bring awareness, get some healing, and support Isis Storm.  For more information about the RI VDAY Festival, visit http://www.vdayri.com.

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And remember

Isis Storm presents 3 IN 3!

3 ISIS STORM ARTISTS
3 LOCATIONS
PROVIDENCE to NEWPORT

March 2010 Women’s History Month

For more information, email beginthestorm@gmail.com, keep checking back to http://www.IsisStorm.com, or tune in to 5th Elament Radio on Thursday, March 11, 2010, 3-6 PM on 90.3 FM (and streaming online at http://www.wriu.org).

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