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Dance off to benefit New Jersey 4

Date:
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Time:
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Event Type:
Party/Street Party
Organizer/Author:
Finn
Email:
Location Details:
Station 40
3030B 16th St (at Mission)
SF, CA 94103

The new jersey 4 dance off benefit at station 40 on Sat. Oct. 25th is looking to be a wild, foolishness-filled, all-round-good-time.
Come watch your friends break, swing, hammer, tootsie roll their asses off in the gayest dance competition of all!
dynamic prizes and personalities are likely to be abundant so you don't want to miss out. Besides...

We're raising funds for the New Jersey 4.
(Don't know who they are? read below.)

Station 40- 3030B 16th St. (@ Mission) SF, CA
Oct. 25th
Doors open at 730, dancing begins at 8pm (for real).
$5-$20 (or more) donation gladly accepted. no one turned away

Wanna compete in the dance off? better form a dance troop and a dance routine asap and email finn at finnfinneran [at] gmail.com and let him know!. and get practicing!


On August 18, 2006, seven young African American lesbians traveled to the West Village from their homes in Newark for a regular night out. When walking down the street, a male bystander assaulted them with sexist and homophobic comments. The women tried to defend themselves, and a fight broke out. Thus began the women's nightmare for two years and counting. Three of the women accepted plea offers. On June 14th, 2007 Venice Brown (19), Terrain Dandridge (20), Patreese Johnson (20), and Renata Hill (24) received sentences ranging from 3 1/2 to 11 years in prison. This outcome illustrates an egregious lack of justice, with homophobia, sexism, racism, and classism as powerful culprits.
Added to the calendar on Thu, Oct 23, 2008 12:04PM
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