Incluza-Palooza returns to CofC this Friday with a message of activism, advocacy, and public service 

Love trumps hate

click to enlarge Trump's 2016 election inspired activists to get together to learn more about local nonprofits and celebrate diversity with a free variety show on CofC's campus - MICHAEL CAMPINA FILE PHOTO
  • Michael Campina file photo
  • Trump's 2016 election inspired activists to get together to learn more about local nonprofits and celebrate diversity with a free variety show on CofC's campus
After the incident of 2016 — the election of President Donald Trump — the College of Charleston, in partnership with the Office of Sustainability, created Incluza-Palooza. The event, part tabling/awareness gathering, part variety show, takes place this Fri. April 12, 6-8 p.m. in Cistern Yard.
Incluza-Palooza will include tables from a number of different local organizations with public advocacy and service missions. Participating organizations include The Stone Soup Collective, C.A.T.S. (Charleston Area Transgender Support), Eastside Community Development Corporation, and more.

After learning about these local organizations, attendees can enjoy live entertainment, from the movement of Dance FX Charleston to the sketch comedy of Vernon Moses. There will also be live music, drag, and spoken word.

Learn more about the event and Incluza-Palooza online.

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