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Carol Metellus, Artist, Activist; & project Co-Director & Campaign Coordinator Patrice Mallard: "The Partnership for a Sustainable Haiti" formed immediately after the devastating earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince on January 12, 2010. PFSH efforts resemble the fable of stone soup- even when no one has enough to eat, if everyone contributes what little they can, it feeds a village. Organizers felt compelled to act- to volunteer whatever skills they have and the resources they can mobilize and hope others will help too.Visit http://www.partnershipforasustainablehaiti.org/Taneshia Campbell’s Sankofa Mizizi (A Love healing herstory) is a theater movement piece exploring the experience of mental health and spirituality in my family; grounded in a love story. This piece is a work in progress and doubles as a grad school fundraiser towards the artist's Masters in Divinity education beginning in the fall. Directed by Tia Jennings the play is going up Sat., Aug. 14, 2010, 6:45 doors/7:15 PM show, at City of Refuge United Church, 1025 Howard Street (betw. 6th & 7th) in SF, CA, 415-861-6130, $20 (no one turned away). Bay Area Bandits: Women's Tackle Football team: The Bay Area Bandits, Women’s Tackle Football Team with Jenae Beverly, Sarah Henry and team owners: Neda Mohammadi and Danielle Golay. Visit http://bayareabandits.com/ We close with the playwright, Wendy E. Taylor, director & head of the CSUEB Musical Program, Darryl V. Jones, and actress & star, Jeannine Anderson. "Halie! A Celebration: The Life and Legacy of Mahalia Jackson," is up Thurs.-Sat. July 29-31(8pm),Sunday August 1 (4pm) University Theatre at CSUEB, Coproduced with CSUEB Associated Students, Inc. Musical Arrangements and Musical Direction by Mary D. Watkins, Original Arrangements by Andrzej Danek and Wendy E. Taylor, Associate Musical Director, Marcus McCauley, 510-885-3118, tickets@csueastbay.edu http://class.csueastbay.edu/theatre and in the college bookstore.