Article from p. 9 of The Madison Unitarian, Feb. 15, 2010,
online at http://www.fusmadison.org/newsletter/2010-02-15web.pdf

"Raging Grannies" at LBGTQ and Allies Potluck
Some of the Madisonís Raging Grannies will entertain and enlighten us
with their satiric protest songs at the March potluck. The Raging Grannies
are international activist organizations that originated in Victoria,
British Columbia in 1986. The women, all old enough to be grandmothers,
dress up as stereotypes, and sing well-known tunes with lyrics they
write themselves. The songs include messages of social justice, peace
and environmental concern. The Raging Grannies of Madison first began
singing to crowds of anti-war protesters in the fall of 2003 as a project of
the Madison chapter of the Womenís International League for Peace and
Freedom.

The potluck is Friday, March 12, at 6 p.m. in the Landmark Auditorium. Bring a dish to
pass and a beverage of your choice. RSVPs by March 7 to liz.winter.dannenbaum(at)gmail.com
or 221-3997 are greatly appreciated. Children are welcome.