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The poster depicts a flock of white doves in flight against a yellow and blue striped background. The text states, "Chol Soo Lee Defense Committee Presents: Chol Soo Lee Benefit Concert Featuring Nobuko Miyamoto and Benny Lee, with music and dance these two performers convey a message and spirit that moves people. With a special flavor that grows from their experience as Asian Americans, they make music that communicates with all. Chris Iijima from New York City: a song writer and performer whose words and music provokes feelings and thought. He, along with Nobuko (Joanne) recorded the album "A Grain of Sand". An Asian American Musical Summit: Reuniting Chirs and Nobuku, and teaming up with Benny and other friends. They'll together play a little of the old and a lot of the new!! Special Feature: A short play about Chol Soo Lee and his case. Written and performed by members of the C S L Defense Committee. Tickets: $4.00 Advance, $5.00 at the door, DECEMBER 29 in L.A., Starts: 7:30 PM, EMBASSY AUDITORIUM, 843 S. GRAND (8th and Grand St.), More info. or tickets CALL: 939-0383 ask for Charlie/Jane/Henry or 381-3060 as for Jal/Warren, DECEMBER 30 in San Fran., Starts: 7:30 PM, KABUKI THEATRE, 1881 POST ST. (Post and Filmore), More info. or tickets CALL: 451-6729 ask for Han Tzol Yun." The name of the benefit is accompanied by Korean text. All text is written in black.
Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs Asian Americans--Songs and music Benefit performances