Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Sunday, 7 October 2012 | Kiosk Collective

Today in 1957: President Eisenhower invites Ghana’s Finance Minister, Komala Agbeli Gbdemah, to have breakfast with him at the White House. Eisenhower extends the unusual invitation amid embarrassment over race discrimination suffered by the foreign dignitary.


The Minister accepts the invitation. A Delaware restaurant, however, denies Finance Minister Gbdemah a glass of orange juice, saying (quote) “colored people are not allowed to eat here.”


It’s Today’s Action Calendar!


Tonight, the Student Labor Action Coalition, or SLAC, at UW Madison will be hosting an event about the Palermo’s Pizza worker’s strike. Recently, SLAC has taken up the campaign to pressure UW to cut its contract with Palermo’s Pizza until Palermo’s recognizes the workers union. Students and community members are welcome at this event. Check the “Today in the Union” or TITU board for the room number.


Tonight, there will be a free screening of “Che Part One: the Argentine” in the UW Humanities Building, 455 North Park Street, in Room 1131. Benicio Del Toro plays Che in this exciting dramatization of the three-year Cuban guerrilla war which led to the downfall of the Batista dictatorship in 1959. This is sponsored by the Madison Infoshop. More info at 262-9036.


Tonight is “Preserving Genetic Diversity and Cultural History in our Food Supply” – a talk with John Torgrimson of Seed Savers Exchange. This is part of the “Year of the CSA” series hosted by the Fair Share CSA Coalition. This talk is tonight at 6:30 pm at the Goodman Community Center, 149 Waubesa Street. More info at


Madison Street Pulse Newspaper is looking for volunteers to write, interview, edit and fundraise. The Street Pulse meets every Sunday at 6pm at the Memorial Union. Check Today in the Union for room location. Call 492-1294 or go to for more info.

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