PHILADELPHIA -- A first of its kind Tea Party called UNI-TEA is staging a major event featuring 14 diverse speakers and seven hip-hop, punk, folk and rock bands, on Saturday, July 31, 2010, 12 to 3 PM at Independence Mall, Philadelphia, PA.
The speaker line-up includes Deneen Borelli, Andrew Breitbart, Bill Glynn, Andre Harper, Kevin Jackson, Rosa Pérez Leonetti, Janks Morton, Charles Payne, and other national TV and radio personalities. Speeches will center on the loss of jobs, income, education and opportunity among minority communities, relative to increases in the size and power of government.
The purpose of UNI-TEA is to demonstrate that the Tea Party movement is a broad spectrum of Americans who are tired of business as usual in Washington and to show that Tea Party members are simply real Americans who love their country and believe in freedom. They want nothing more than a clean and safe place to live, work, raise a family and get a quality education for their kids. This the true American dream.
David Webb, Co-Founder of TeaParty365 and noted TV and radio commentator, will act as emcee. A veteran organizer of numerous Tea Party events, Webb says the program will be inspiring as well as entertaining.
Bands performing throughout the three-hour event include: Ava Aston, The Bangers, Chris Cassone,Hi-Caliber, Lloyd Marcus, Politik, Rahway, and The Undead.
Authors Rita Cosby, Bill Glynn, Andre Harper, Kevin Jackson and Bill Miller will be signing copies of their newly released books.
The outdoor event is free and open to the public. UNI-TEA's local host is the Independence Hall Tea Party Association of Philadelphia.
A second UNI-TEA event, which will take place in Washington DC, will be announced at the Philadelphia event.