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[BTvS-New York City] Upcoming New York City Events

Greetings,

Friends,

The upcoming months bring a ton of great events to NYC which we
thought you might be interested in. In addition, our chapter
will be hosting information tables at the Jewzapalooza music
festival on September 17th and the Brooklyn Peace Fair on
October 22th. We would love to have you join us in reaching out
to others in the Jewish community. Please email us at
nyc@btvshalom.org if you are interested.

Save the dates for our next chapter events! As always, check our
chapter page for updates and news coverage:
http://btvshalom.org/btvshalom.org/chapters/newyork/

YOUNG ADULTS HAPPY HOUR: September 28th, 7pm: Slainte, 304
Bowery at 1st Street.

NEXT CHAPTER MEETING: October 4th: Beit Shalom, 114 W. 26th
Street, 10th Floor (between 6th/7th Avenues). More details to
come.

KOLOT CHAYEINU OUTREACH MEETING: October 11th, 7pm: Kolot
Chayeinu will host Brit Tzedek. We will make an educational
presentation, followed by an open discussion. Event is open to
Brit Tzedek chapter members and Kolot Chayeinu members.
Refreshments will be provided. Church of Gethsemane, 1012 8th
Avenue, Park Slope.

YOUNG ADULTS HAPPY HOUR: October 24th, 7pm: More details to
come.

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**EVENTS HOSTED BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS**

JEWZAPALOOZA http://www.oyhoo.com/
September 17th, 12-9pm: Brit Tzedek will be hosting an
information table and a concession stand at Jewzapalooza. Please
email us if you are interested in volunteering or just stop by
to say hello! Event is FREE for all. Ten groups performing for
free in Riverside Park. 30 tables showcasing various
organizations and causes. Food, wine, beer, a full day of
celebration for the whole family. In the past two years, we have
had Matisyahu, Aviv Geffen, Soulfarm, Blue Fringe, Pharoah's
Daughter, Golem, Oi Va Voi and many others. This year's line up
includes: David Broza, Hadag Nahash, Pharaoh?s Daughter, Y-Love
and more.

ENCOUNTER POINT http://encounterpoint.com/
September 11th, 7:30pm: Hosted by the Families of Peaceful
Tomorrows at the JCC, 334 Amsterdam at W. 76th Street.

September 19th, 6pm-9pm: New York Women in Film and Television
is hosting a reception and screening of Encounter Point at the
Clearview Chelsea Cinemas, 260 W. 23rd Street (between 7th/8th
Avenues).

HIP HOP SULHA http://hiphopsulha.com/
September 13th, 7pm: Israeli and Palestinian Hip Hop Series with
top-selling Israeli hip-hop artist Shaanan Street of HaDag
Nachash (whose last U.S. tour sold-out coast-to-coast);
Palestinian rapper Saz (who has been the subject of two
documentary films); Jewish American beatboxer Yuri Lane; the
godfather of Jerusalem's underground hip-hop scene, Sagol 59;
Orthodox Jewish rap sensation Y-Love; turntablist sensation DJ
Spooky; DJ Handler; and the frontmen of two of the West Coast's
leading Palestinian hip-hop outfits, Ragtop of the Philistines
and Omar Offendum of the N.O.M.A.D.S. At SOBs, 200 Varick
Street, Basement. $20Adv / $25 Door. Proceeds will be donated
to Hand in Hand & Givat Haviva (www.givathaviva.org &
www.handinhand12.org).

FOURTH ANNUAL BROOKLYN PEACE FAIR
http://www.brooklynpeace.org/events/pf2006/index.html
October 22nd, 11am-5pm: Brit Tzedek will be hosting an
information table at this event, please email us if you are
interested in volunteering or just stop by to say hello! This
year's event will be at Long Island University's downtown
Brooklyn Campus. The Peace Fair brings together peace and
justice activists as well as those not currently involved, and
helps to build a peace and justice movement in Brooklyn and
beyond. At the 2005 Peace Fair, over 2000 adults and children of
all ages participated in a wide range of activities. Cindy
Sheehan gave the keynote address and dozens of workshops were
offered, including one by Sheldon and Anita Drobny, founders of
Air America Radio. Over 100 diverse local community
organizations sponsored information tables. Participants from
all over Brooklyn and New York came to learn about peace and
social justice.

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