The Campus National Organization for Women (NOW) will hold a Rape and Sexual Assault/Harassment Speak Out at the Plaza of the Americas on the UF campus on Thursday January 21st at 12:30. NOW's next planning meeting is Tuesday Jan 19th at 7:30 in Anderson Hall room 210.
The Gainesville Commitee for Democracy in Mexico is holding a fundraiser Jan. 17 for a conference they will be hosting February 20th. The event will be Sunday evening, January 17th at the St. Augustine Catholic Student Center. There will be food and music, and a report on Chiapas by Commitee member Melissa Wrenn, who just returned from spending winter break in Chiapas. The event will also commemorate the Acteal massacre December 97 when 45 Mexican peasants were killed by paramilitaries of the ruling PRI party. The event will start 7 p.m. The church is at 1728 W. University Avenue; there's free parking in the lot behind the church. More info: 381- 8958.
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre will perform Nicholas Machiavelli's Mandragola starting January 14. Written in the early Sixteenth Century by the age's master political strategist, Machiavelli turns his wit and dark humor to marriage and infidelity. It offers one of those rare moments when a political theorist, of major importance in the Renaissance, brings his "philosophy" to the stage; and it takes up a delicate topic but with discretion and--paradoxically--side-splitting humor. The play runs Thursdays through Saturdays, from January 15 through February 6th. Tickets, just $7 for adults, $5 for students, are available at Book Gallery West, Omni Book Store, and at the door, 619 S. Main Street in the Baird Center. Info: 378-9166.
Independence, a play by Lee Blessing will be presented by The Rapscallions of the Periphery in association with Pariah Theatrics. It is a chilling tale of a dysfunctional family. At the Student Center, 1402 W. University in Gainesville. Admission is a suggested donation of $5 for students and $8 for the general public. Shows are Fridays and Saturdays, January 15th through 29th, with matinees on Sundays through January 31st at 3 p.m. For more information, call 335-6874.
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