August 29th, 2005:
Welcome to the Fifth Annual Season of Odd Monday Events in the
Fellowship Hall of the Noe Valley Ministry. Ramon and Judith Sender and the Noe
Valley Ministry are honored to announce An Evening of Politics and
Human Rights:San Francisco: Then and Now.
An Evening of Politics and Human Rights: San
Francisco: Then and Now preceded by a short musical interlude by guitarist
preceded by a short musical introduction by guitarist Sarah Black.
Gimmy Park-Li will moderate a discussion with Jane Morrison, Phyllis Lyon
and Del Martin
Phyllis Lyon and Del Martinand Jane Morrison have been community
activists for over half a century. Their contributions in the area of human
rights and civil rights are remarkable. Phyllis and Del are life
partners who have been together since the 50s. Their major role in Daughters
of Bilitis and Martin's authorship of "Battered Wives" and their
co-authorship of "Lesbian/Women' are among the many accomplishments of this
Jane Morrison is well-known in her progressive leadership as
chairperson of the San Francisco Democratic Party. Her journalistic background
and her work at KNBR as Community Affairs Manager preceded her work with
so many Democratic leaders in the Bay Area such as Phillip Burton who
rose to national prominence. We are, as well, honored by the presence
as moderator by Gimmy Park-Li KNBR/KFOG Manager of Public Affairs who
has her own interview program Saturday and Sunday from 5-6 a.m.