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Friday, November 14, 2008

Rock Against Rape at the Triple Rock Social Club, a benefit for the Sexual Violence Center

Twin Cities bands team up to support the Sexual Violence Center with Rock Against Rape at the Triple Rock Social Club on November 30th.

Kitten Forever, MC/VL, Hangun Man, and Tough Tough Skin will all play at the 21+ show.

Writer Kristine Lambert will be writing about the event for Lambert, an attorney, does pro-bono legal work for three or four people each month whom she is hooked up with through the center. She hopes the benefit will raise awareness for the non-profit organization.

Lambert says, “Once I saw a story about an assault on TV and the next thing I knew I was contacted by the SVC to work on the case.”

The Sexual Violence Center (SVC) was established in 1985 and provides services to victims of sexual violence in Hennepin, Scott and Carver counties. They are an independent non-profit organization which provides more than 2000 youth and adults each year with 24-hour crisis phone service, individual counseling, support groups, advocacy and legal clinics at no cost. The center’s goals include supporting individuals affected by sexual violence and fostering attitude changes that will ultimately eradicate sexual violence.

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Event Details:

Rock Against Rape at the Triple Rock Social Club
Kitten Forever, MC/VL, Hangun Man, Tough Tough Skin
November 30, 2008
$10.00 at the door
Doors at 9:00 p.m.
Must be 21+ to enter

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Anonymous said...

Real imaginative poster there. It's just a template from Apple's Pages program.


Anonymous said...

All the more reason why you should go and support Rock Against Rape! Now the Sexual Violence Center can buy more templates in addition to keeping their doors open!

Anonymous said...

Who criticizes the Sexual Violence Center? Really.

David said...

Agreed, that was a somewhat surprising comment by Mr. or Miss A Nony Mous #1. The Sexual Violence Center is looking for volunteers of various sorts, if anyone else feels they help in the graphic arts department, I am sure they would be happy for the offer:

Kristine said...

I like the poster. Criticizing a nonprofit that helps people in difficult situations+the audacity to post about it=issues.