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We Ate and Drank, Now Let the Celebration Continue

25th September, 2013 - Posted by Tex Dworkin - No Comments

Sips Sweets and Solidarity-3Thank you to all who came out to WineWorks on Sunday for our Sips, Sweets & Solidarity event! It was so great to celebrate 25 years of Activism with some of our supporters.

We hope that those who joined us enjoyed the wine from WineWorks, the Fair Trade chocolate from Alter Eco, and getting to meet fellow activists.

Conversations abounded; topics from Fair Trade, fracking, and Syria to what Global Exchange is working on now, including our Voices of the Victims speaking tour and 25th Anniversary Reality Tour to Oaxaca.

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PUBLIC bike, one of the prizes being given away in Global Exchange’s prize drawing

See photos from the event on Global Exchange’s Facebook page.

25th Anniversary Prize Drawing Tickets are Still Available!

Thanks to those who purchased Prize Drawing tickets at the Sips, Sweets & Solidarity event. If you missed the event you can still participate in our Prize Drawing.

Visit www.globalexchange.org/prize for a chance to win a brand new PUBLIC bike and other awesome prizes. There are a limited number of tickets being sold so your chances of winning are GREAT!

Keep the Celebration Going 
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If you want to keep the celebration going, mark your calendars for Tuesday, October 15th at El Rio in San Francisco’s Mission District.

Global Exchange will be hosting a 25th anniversary benefit concert with hip hop artist Aisha Fukushima who just got back from her European tour.

Tickets are sliding scale $5-$20 and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. So hop on over to our Facebook page for event details.

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