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We’re Tired So Let’s Dance

December 1, 2023

We bet you’re tired of the US’s two party system, but are you too tired to party? You can boogie your worries away for a night at Washington Ethnic Studies Now’s (WAESN’s) inaugural Dance Party! We are a local nonprofit dedicated to bringing ethnic studies to all K-12 classrooms in Washington as well providing professional development to the educators already doing the work.
Join us at Black and Tan Hall on December 1st from 7pm to midnight for a night of dance, drinks, drag, and disco. In addition to our MC, the fabulous Deaunte Damper, we will have local performers providing entertainment, speakers, DJs, and a silent auction.
With Democrats’ virtue signaling and empty promises to tax the rich and Republican candidates promising to cut funding for public education and being indicted, WAESN’s role in holding politicians accountable is more important than ever. Will you help support us by attending our dance party, where we will try to put the Fun back into Fundraiser?
Our admissions will be sliding scale, so please donate what you can by RSVPing here. Don’t worry about getting messy, sweaty, and wild, as this event will be 21+, so you won’t run into any of your current students.

Washington Ethnic Studies Now (WAESN)

We are a group of anti-racist, Ethnic Studies educator activists who came together to form a 501(c)4 non-profit in the State of Washington to support the implementation of Ethnic Studies Statewide.