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    Loving Day: December News Loving Day is very fortunate to have many dedicated and talented supporters in the multiethnic community in beyond. In the spirit of
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      Loving Day: December News

      Loving Day is very fortunate to have many dedicated and talented supporters in the multiethnic community in beyond. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we'd like to return the favor and spread the word about some amazing events in NYC and LA this December. We hope to see you there!

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      DJ SPOOKY AT BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC

      The multitalented DJ Spooky will be performing a genre-bending multimedia symphony. He actually went to Antarctica and recorded the sound of the ice melting. During the performance, he will merge those sounds with a string ensemble, hip hop beats, and live video projections - very cool! DJ Spooky generously performed at the Loving Day Flagship Celebration NYC in 2008, and continues to spread the word about Loving Day internationally.

      12/2, 12/4, and 12/5 at 7:30pm
      Tickets are $15 and up.
      http://www.bam.org/view.aspx?pid=1273

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      SEAN BRADFORD from BROADWAY IN SOUTH AFRICA at DROM NYC

      Sean Bradford is a Broadway star who is best known for his work with The Lion King. We were very fortunate to have him perform at the Loving Day Benefit Concert 2009 this October as part of Broadway in South Africa. The audience was mesmerized! Sean will perform songs by Guster, Maxwell, Maroon 5, Amy Winehouse, and more with help from performers from RENT, Rock of Ages, and more.

      Tuesday, Dec. 1st at 10:00 PM at Drom
      85 Avenue A (b/w 5th & 6th), New York, NY
      $12 advance tickets, $15 at the door.
      http://dromnyc.com/home/index.php?option=com_gigcal&task=details&gigcal_gigs_id=978

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      MULTIRACIAL AMERICANS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 20th ANNIVERSARY DINNER IN LA

      15 years before the first Loving Day Celebration, MASC became a non-profit in California. Since then, they have worked to broaden understanding of our multiethnic/multicultural society by facilitating interethnic dialogue. They have hosted many events, including several Loving Day Celebrations in CA. Please join Loving Day founder Ken Tanabe at this dinner, where he will accept honors on behalf of the volunteers at the Loving Day Project.

      Saturday, Dec. 5th at Maggiano's
      198 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA
      Dinner is $50.00 per person
      http://www.mascsite.org/20th-anniversary/

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      HAPA MEETUP HOSTED BY WEAREHAPA.COM IN LA

      WeAreHapa.com has been connecting Hapas from all over world through their social networking site. Author of 100% Hapa, multicultural performance artist, and professor Kip Fulbeck will be there - as will Loving Day founder Ken Tanabe. Join us and WeAreHapa.com site leaders for a fun nighttime event. If you're on WeAreHapa.com, make sure you join the Loving Day group!

      Friday, Dec 4th at 8:00pm
      Oiwake Restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles, CA (Little Tokyo)
      http://www.wearehapa.com/do/events/26873

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      ANOMALY PREMIERE AT AFRICAN DIASPORA FILM FESTIVAL NYC

      Long time multiethnic community activist and Loving Day supporter Jessica Chen Drammeh is the director/producer of Anomaly, a film about multiracial identity. It will make its film festival world premiere at the 17th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival. This festival presents an eclectic mix of urban, classic, independent and foreign films that depict the richness and diversity of the life experience of people of African descent and Indigeous poeple all over the world.

      Tuesday, December 1, 5:50pm at Anthology Film Archives

      Wednesday, December 9, 7:30pm at Cowin Center, Columbia University
      http://anomalythefilm.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/latest-news-anomaly-world-premiere/

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      HOLIDAY SHOPPING at LOVING DAY

      Avoid the Black Friday crowds and shop online! Gifts from the Loving Day are a great way to start conversations and to spread the a positive message throughout the holiday season. All proceeds go directly to the Loving Day project.

      High quality Loving Day t-shirts in adult sizes:
      http://lovingday.org/t-shirt-store

      Loving Day t-shirts for kids and babies, pins, stickers, mugs, skateboards and more:
      http://www.zazzle.com/lovingday
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