Talk:All Souls Church, Unitarian (Washington, D.C.)

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Concerts?[edit]

My experiences with All Souls Church, initially began with finding leaflets all around the little progressive enclaves in neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.. They usually announced different cultural, political, and spiritual events. I got to see Sweet Honey in the Rock play there on my birthday, in November, 1979. I saw other musical artists there, too. Songs of protest against U.S. intervention in both El Salvador and Nicaragua abounded. A rally for women, "Take Back The Night", was planned there, and took place in 1980. Can you mention all something of other things that came from there? Thanks, --leahtwosaints (talk) 01:17, 4 June 2008 (UTC)