by Berkeley-Oukasie Sister Community Project
Berkeley, California, United States
Undated, about April 1994
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The leaflet advertising two events: Honor South Africa’s First Democratic Elections on April 27 and Cafe South Africa! on April 30. The leaflet says as Nelson Mandela and millions of South Africans prepare to vote for the first time today, the Bay Area's best bookstores, restaurants and shops will donate a portion of the day's proceeds to benefit 0ukasie and Mfengu, the South African sister communities of Berkeley and San Francisco. The leaflet says honor South Africa's First Democratic Elections at this exciting and joyful evening featuring readings of South African Writers with novelist Lynn Freed; songs by the incredible vocal choir Vukani Mawethu, music by Mutupo and more; hosted by Black Oak Books, Berkeley Store Gallery and International House at the Berkeley Store Gallery 2295 Shattuck Berkeley 7:30pm Delicious African food. Donation requested. Benefit for Berkeley's South African sister community, Oukasie. The leaflet discusses Acorn, Caffe Bianco, Caffe Focaccia, Caffe Freddy's Eatery, Citicourt Cafe, Modesto Lanzone's, Ti Couz Creperie, Vine e, LaSavanne West African Restaurant, 24th St. Cafe. Bookstores: Alexander Book Co ., Marcus Books Stacey's Bookstore, Old Wives' Tales Bookstore, Modern Times Bookstore, Bay Wolf Restaurant, Brick Hut cafe, Bette's Oceanview Diner, Cafe de la Paz, Ethiopia Restaurant, Larry Blake's, Lois the Pie Queen, Poulet, Santa Fe Bar & Grill, Saul's Deli, traditional Jewish songs of Love and Freedom, Daniel Lev, Sara Shendelman, Cafe Eritrea, Asmara Restaurant, art stores, Marcus Books, Reid's Music, Ethnic Arts, Africa By The Bay, Cody's Books, readings, June Jordan, Adam Hochschild, KPIX news anchor Barbara Rogers, Luisah Teish, Mother Jones, Ronnie Gilbert, and the US-South Africa Sister Community hotline.
Collection: Miloanne Hecathorn papers