Jeans4Justice benefit @ U-31 DJs Markalan, Joey Jimenez & Clobber

Jeans4Justice benefit @ U-31 DJs Markalan, Joey Jimenez & Clobber

Music, Art & Fashion Event

Monday October 11, 2010 9pm-2am  U-31 Cocktail Lounge and Bar

$5 Suggested Donation that benefits Jeans 4 Justice

A unique NON-PROFIT organization dedicated to ENDING SEXUAL VIOLENCE

through creative awareness campaigns and cutting-edge EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

WIN a customized pair of your own WEARABLE ART!

Bring a pair of jeans with you to this event (either the ones you’re wearing or another pair)

Enter a drawing to have one of the artists create wearable art on your jeans.

Jeans 4 Justice from StayClassy.org on Vimeo.

About Jeans 4 Justice

The name Jeans 4 Justice comes from a grassroots campaign inspired by a 1999 case in Italian High Court in which a rape conviction was overturned because the victim was wearing jeans. The court concluded,“It is common knowledge…that jeans cannot even be partly removed without the effective help of the person wearing them…and it is impossible if the victim is struggling with all her might.”

Jeans 4 Justice is a unique non-profit organization dedicated to ending sexual violence through creative awareness campaigns and cutting-edge education programs. Our vision is to create a visible impact by aligning with designers, artists, innovators, survivors, advocates and brands, using fashion as a vehicle for empowerment while raising funds to implement our education programs for sexual assault prevention at both high school and collegiate levels.

Markalan - Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Markalan moved to Pacific Beach in 1994. During his first four years in San Diego, he worked as a photographer for the United States Navy. Over the past decade, he's been behind the bar or turntables in many of San Diego's nightclubs, and venues. He's shared his musical selections with Southern & Baja California, and the Mayan Riviera. During these years, he could be found exchanging his time for vinyl at Groove Records and Siesta Records. 

He often worked for trade, to support his vinyl addiction. He currently owns over 8,000 records. "Listening to my father's albums is when it all began. Flipping through the stacks, cleaning off the LP, placing the needle on the record, reading the lyrics, studying the artwork, and enjoying the rich analog sound. Sure, there are occasional pops & you might have to clean the record. You actually have to flip the record at the end of the side. It's not a play list or program on shuffle. You are present, involved, and engaged in the listening process. 
Please Keep Vinyl Alive & Support Local Artists!" 
Markalan

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