for Songs of Freedom and Struggle
is the People's Music Network?
We're a network of:
We represent many social, racial, cultural, and ethnic communities as well as a great variety of musical and political interests. We are anti-racist activists, children's activists, feminists, labor organizers, lesbians and gays, and more. Our network stretches across the U. S. and Canada and includes other international members.
As PMN/SFS members we help develop, promote, and preserve people's music. We enjoy sharing our songs, stories, dances, and friendship with others who share the vision of a better world.
The People's Music Network for Songs of Freedom and Struggle provides access to the valuable resources and support of a network of musical and cultural organizers.
Two yearly gatherings where people can swap songs, share experiences, attend musical/organizing workshops and perform before a knowledgeable and sympathetic audience. The summer gathering is held in the country and the winter one in a city. We expand our ethnic and cultural base by holding the winter gathering in a different city each year.
Call (914) 626-4507
Or write to:
c/o Sarah Underhill
1150 Berme Road
Kerhonkson, NY 12446
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