8/13/15 Anak Rock, Define Undocumented, and the Soul of San Francisco
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Dan Lee and Aya Nakamura of Scrabbel
ASPIRE’s migration installation
The Soul of San Francisco. Photo by Bob Hsiang.
We are excited to have indie rock band Scrabbel playing live in the KPFA studio where they’ll debut new songs!
Scrabbel is coming out of hibernation to play Anak Rock, a kid-friendly show at Bindlestiff Studio this Saturday from 4-8 p.m. and we’ll hear from Bindlestiff Managing Director Oliver Saria.
We’ll hear about Define Undocumented, a fundraiser for the young people at ASPIRE: Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education.
And we’ll hear from veteran cultural worker, Nancy Hom, who completed a 12-foot mandala that spotlights the things she loves about San Francisco and what we stand to lose.
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