August 12th, 2008 by Benjamin Duranske
Reader ‘Doubledown Tandino’ recently alerted me to what sounds like a pretty cool Second Life event, “Global Justice Jam: A Benefit Dance Party and Chat about the International Criminal Court.” From the announcement:
This Wednesday, August 13, at 5PM PST, come to the International Justice Center to catch real world / virtual DJ Doubledown Tandino spinning an eclectic mix of global grooves for your dancing pleasure. During the dance, we’ll also be asking for donations to aid victims of human rights abuses in Darfur, the Congo, Uganda, and Central African Republic. Afterwards, Mr. John Washburn of the American NGO Network for the ICC will talk about why the next US President should support the International Criminal Court.
You can RSVP and get more information via the link above.
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