Tuesday, February 28, 2006

alternate india

so somehow our heroines have landed in some sort of alternate india (dubbed bangaluroo) where white people line the streets, cyber cafes are cheaper than dosas, and atmospheric coffee cafes are everywhere. its still hot and coconuts (india nuts according to marco polo) are less than 10 points a pop and damn good at that.

again, somehow. somehow we've found ourselves writing press releases for organic distributors and mali was never going to send it to you so i figured thats why i hacked into this particular corridor of the matrix to begin with.

so, look. if you're in bangalore tomorrow night please come to this. it's mainly intended as an eye-opener for mr. george bush, jr., but you're welcome. there's a lot of people here who are anti-american (note the 'c') and we're not two of them.

dolphins and rosebushes,
ank

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Jaiva
No 55 1st cross Marappa Block, JC Nagar

Press Release
February 27, 2006

Jaiva (which stands for life) welcomes Mr. George Bush Jr. to India through an evening of cultural and artistic events held at 6pm on Tuesday, February 28th, 2006 at Center for Film and Drama (CFD), 5th floor, Sona Towers, Millers Rd, Bangalore.

We have a cartoon showcase by Rasheed Kappen, a dance-poetry-theatre experience ‘Navashwaasam’ by Malavika Mohanan, a film ‘Battle’s Poison Cloud’ by Ceclie, a music video ‘America America’ by K.P. Sasi, and ‘Songs of Peace and Dignity’ by Ruth, Kamaan, Gail Hart, Sumathi, and others.

Through these events we hope to strengthen the channels of communication among the alternative voices in India, United States, and around the world.

Jaiva understands that the most constructive responses to repression, oppression, and violence are not fear, passivity, and anger, but creativity, solidarity, and love. We put our understanding into practice daily by bringing sustainably-grown organic food from local farmers directly to your shopping basket.

We invite the people of Bangalore to join us in celebration of Life

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