Savory Thymes

requests your presence

Saturday, October 6, 2012

6:00 - 9:00

for an evening to benefit

Demos & The American Prospect

Hillside Gardens, Mill Valley

Please join us for an exquisite dinner of local and artisanal foods, and to explore the work that Demos and The American Prospect are doing to create broadly shared economic prosperity, a vibrant and inclusive democracy, and effective government that works for the common good.

Parking is strictly prohibited at Hillside Gardens. Savory Thymes kindly requests that all guests use the complimentary shuttle service. Guests will be shuttled from the parking lot at Mill Valley Middle School to Hillside Gardens (a 5 minute ride). Shuttle service will start at 5:40pm. Mill Valley Middle School is located at 425 Sycamore Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941. For more detailed directions, please click here.



Tickets $100*

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All ticket purchases are fully tax-deductible


Invitation Committee:

Leslie Adler & Roy Ulrich
Angela Blackwell
Ludovic Blain
Melissa Bradley
Diana Cohn & Craig Merrilees
Alan Davis
Maria Echaveste & Chris Edley
Christian Ettinger
Gina & Ronald Glantz
Susan & Charles Halpern
Marion Hunt
Van Jones
Barry Kendall
Janet Shenk
Stephen Silberstein
Amelia Warren Tyagi
Carol & Steve Villano

Featuring a special welcome and introduction by

California State Senator
Loni Hancock

With
Miles Rapoport
Demos President
Tamara Draut
Demos Vice President for Policy & Research and author of Strapped: Why America's 20- and 30-Somethings Can't Get Ahead
Jay Harris
Publisher of The American Prospect and former Publisher of Mother Jones
Kit Rachlis
Editor-in-Chief of The American Prospect
Jamelle Bouie
Staff Writer at The American Prospect and an emerging new voice in independent journalism

Learn more about Demos, The American Prospect, and Savory Thymes

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*A limited number of reduced price tickets are available.


For more information, please contact Melissa Kearns
at mkearns@demos.org or 212-485-6242.

Who We Are:

Demos is a non-partisan public policy research and advocacy organization founded in 2000. Headquartered in New York City, Demos works with advocates and policymakers around the country in pursuit of four overarching goals:

to rebuild pathways to the middle class for all Americans;
to reduce the role of wealth and corporate power in politics and policy;
to develop a new, reformed economic model for capitalism that promotes the common good and;
to reduce racial and class inequities in power, representation, and participation.

The American Prospect is a leading DC based magazine that provides insightful and timely policy analysis on the political issues affecting our nation. The Prospect was founded in 1990 by Paul Starr, Robert Reich and Robert Kuttner, who felt that there was not a progressive publication focused on economic issues that was as interested in policy as it was politics. Since then The Prospect's coverage has expanded to address broader issues of social justice—immigration, gay rights, women's rights.

Our ten year history of collaboration, shared values and complementary strengths allows both organizations to increase our reach and impact toward the shared goal of bringing about progressive change.

Savory Thymes convenes artists, grassroots organizations and activists in order to cross pollinate ideas, build relationships and alliances, and provide a space to galvanize support for a wide variety of social and environmental initiatives. Established in 2005 by Alison Ghiorse, Savory Thymes supports and educates the public about local and sustainable systems within the context of grassroots movements and the arts, through events that celebrate the beauty, the tastes, and the textures of the Earth.


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on behalf of the Invitation Committee, Demos and The American Prospect.

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