Monday, April 28, 2008

ACLU presents: Something to Hide (Repost)

Join your peoples this Thursday as the ACLU presents Something to Hide, a special evening designed to provoke reflection on controversial post-9/11 government surveillance programs in the U.S.

The reading is part of the PEN World Voices Festival and will take place Thursday, May 1 at Joe’s Pub. Writers will read from works that illuminate the ways government surveillance threatens artistic and intellectual freedom.

With international activists/artists/authors Hassan Elahi, Jenny Marketou, György Dragomán, Péter Esterházy, Chenjerai Hove, Asli Erdogan, Ingo Schulze and Irakli Kakabadze.

What: Something to Hide: Writers and Artists Against the Surveillance State,
$10 General Admission/ $8 ACLU Members

Who: ACLU & PEN American Center as part of the PEN World Voices Festival

Where: Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette Street, New York, NY (212-967-7555)

When: Thursday, May 1st, 9:00 PM

The PEN World Voices festival has offered a special 20% off discount for ACLU members. The code to use when buying tickets is: JPTIXA2

Tickets are available through the Joe’s Pub Box Office in person, online or by phone 212-967-7555

For tickets, click here. (This link will take you to a site outside of

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