MVCAN-Do Revue
We celebrated one year of resistance with friends and neighbors at the MVCAN-Do-Revue, an evening of music, dance and storytelling at the Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley, on Saturday, November 11th, 2017. This anniversary fundraiser for the Mill Valley Community Action Network (MVCAN), our progressive political group in Marin. We featured talented local performers, including rock singer Matt Jaffe, young poet Natalie Frederick, hip hop dancers from RoCo, music director Reed Fromer, the Shady Ladies and Can-Do Singers -- with activist interviews and performances.

Throughout the evening, we honored community members who took political action this year. The day after the last election, we came together from all walks of life, to resist the attacks against democracy by the Trump regime and right-wing extremists. We marched for democracy, we defended civil rights, we phone banked to flip elections, we protected the environment, we helped reverse Trumpcare, we created political art, and much more.

Kudos to all community members who rose up and stood up for liberty and justice! And thank you to all 60 cast and crew who so generously volunteered their time to host this event! In dark times like these, community action is more important than ever: it’s that choice to act together that defines us -- and gives us hope that we can build a better world. Join your neighbors to keep democracy alive!

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