Sebastopol, CA: Project Censored Fundraiser

Apr 10, 2008


Time : 8:00 PM

Jim Hightower comes to Sonoma County
With his latest book
Swim Against the Current:
Even a Dead Fish Can Go With the Flow

Thursday April 10, 7:00 pm
Sebastopol Community Center
390 Morris St, Sebastopol

The New York Times bestselling author and America’s funniest activist
gives the lowdown on how to put up – not shut up – in the fight for our
Swim Against the Current: Even a Dead Fish Can Go With the Flow introduces
readers to people across the country who actually swim against the flow;
people in business, politics, health care, farming, religion, and other
areas who are taking charge, living their values, doing good, and doing
well. Hightower and DeMarco show how they are doing precisely what the
elites want us to believe can’t be done: changing their lives and making a
difference. In this uplifting book, they tell the stories of these people
and offer inspiration and information that will help readers tap into
their own maverick potential in order to navigate a different, more
satisfying course of their own.

Whether they are young and just starting out, or older and searching for a
different path, the
common-sense folks in Swim Against the Current have escaped the corporate
tentacles to find their own way toward a richer life and a better American
future. They are creating a new, deeply democratic model for the country,
edging it back onto the long road toward egalitarianism and the common

Jim Hightower (Austin, TX) is a syndicated columnist, national radio
commentator, publisher of the Hightower Lowdown newsletter, and the New
York Times bestselling author of Thieves in High Places.

Tickets: $10 at the door, $7 for seniors (no advance ticket sales)
Benefits: Project Censored and the Students for Media Democracy
Co-sponsored by the Media Freedom Foundation, Common Cause, Sonoma County
Peace and Justice Center, KRCB, and Copperfields.