Dance Dance Reform

YIposter-emailTo (almost) quote Emma Goldman, “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be a part of your [health care reform].”

Dance you will this Friday at The 201. Providence’s dearly departed DJ duo Certified Bananas (Sammy Bananas now resides in Brooklyn, Certified Max in Boston – catch them while you can) will be on hand for a crazy set. The 201 has a bar and sexy couches and pool tables for the wallflower types. Organizers are requesting a $5 suggested donation, all proceeds will go to Young Invincibles, a national grassroots and e-advocacy effort aimed at encouraging young Americans to engage in the health care reform debate. Check out their website and photo petition.

Dance Rally for Health Care Reform w/Certified Bananas at The 201

Friday, October 9th 10pm-2am, 201 Westminster, across from the Dress Barn

Please give us $5 at the door.

Is dancing and drinking and lounging at a bar enough to pass the health care reform we need? Of course it isn’t. But the fight isn’t over, so let’s use this opportunity to start bringing our voices to the conversation.

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