I hope that you are able to break free during the evening Z and post on ET about how you put the people from "Queers for Economic Justice" in stitches with your great joke telling. Have fun with the party favors. ________________________________________________ Breakthrough & Mission and Social Justice of The Riverside Church present: Why Canât America Have Human Rights? Thursday, September 14th, 2006, 6:30 pm The Nave at The Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive, New York www.breakthrough.tv An evening of performance and talks on Human Rights in the United States, including the death penalty, detentions and deportations, poverty, and violence and discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, and sexuality. The Forum will work to strengthen our connections and raise our voices to build an America that supports human rights instead of violating them. Speakers and performers include: Reverend Dr. James A. Forbes Jr. Larry Cox of Amnesty International USA Mallika Dutt of Breakthrough La Bruja DJ Spooky Roger Bonair-Agard Nasry Malak Blackout Arts Collective Afsheen Shamsi of CAIR NY Aarti Shahani of Families for Freedom Silvia Henriquez of National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health Ajamu Baraka of The United States Human Rights Network Mary Beth Maxwell of American Rights at Work Joo-Hyun Kang of The Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice Kent Lebsock of the American Indian Law Alliance Rabbi Michael Feinberg of the Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition The Riverside Inspirational Choir Co-Sponsors Advocates for Environmental Human Rights American Indian Law Alliance Amnesty International USA American Rights at Work Andolan - Organizing South Asian Workers Asian American Justice Center Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice Blackout Arts Collective Border Action Network Bringing Human Rights Home Project, HRI, Columbia Law School Center for Constitutional Rights Center for Gender and Refugee Studies Center for the Study of Human Rights Center for Womenâs Global Leadership Council on American-Islamic Relations (NY) The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions Desipina & Co EarSay/Crossing the BLVD EarthRights International Equality Now Families for Freedom Funders for Lesbian and Gay Issues Global Action Project Global Rights Hip Hop Theater Festival Human Rights Advocates Human Rights Project-Urban Justice Project Indo-American Arts Council, Inc. International Gender Organization International Womenâs Health Coalition International Women 29/32 Rights Action Watch Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center Less AIDS Lesotho Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute Ms. Foundation for Women Muslim Consultative Network National Advocates for Pregnant Women National Center for Human Rights Education National Economic & Social Rights Initiative National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty National Lawyers Guild New York Asian Womenâs Center New Immigrant Community Empowerment North Star Fund NYNonProfit.com Peacekeeper Cause-Metics Planned Parenthood of New York City Project Pericles at Pace University Queers for Economic Justice SAKHI for South Asian Women SALAAM Theatre South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective The Lane~Leota Group Third Wave Foundation Third World Newsreel US Human Rights Network WITNESS Womenâs Environment and Development Organization Women In Islam, Inc. World Up!