The All City Waitress Marching Band

May 17, 2008 - May 17, 2008

The Bronx Museum

1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10456

Phone Number: 310. 963 8118
Contact: carey lovelace
Website: jallyn@otis.edu
Description: In collabration with the Day of Ccollaborative Performances @ the Bronx Museum. Sing for a living wage! Strike up a pot-and-pan-kitchen-utensil band to raise awareness of wage discrepancies! March and make noise for a better working life for all! When The Waitresses first marched in the 1979 Pasadena DooDah Parade, women made 43 cents to every dollar a man made. Now, women make 77 cents, and people of color make 71 cents for every dollar a man makes - for the same job. Join original Waitresses Jerri Allyn and bandleader Chutney Berry, decked out in white uniforms, accented by red polka dot aprons and bowties. March because we all deserve a living wage! Spread the word! For More Info and to RSVP: jallyn@otis.edu
Event Type: On-going Project