The Midway Cafe and Queeraoke have partnered with BARCC to bring you this event: Sing out for Survivors. We know that LGBTQ folks experience higher rates of sexual violence, abuse, and harassment, and this needs to change now.
Join us to raise awareness, raise our voices, and sing out for survivors in our community. This is your chance to take a stand against sexual violence, support BARCC’s free and confidential resources, and win really awesome raffles and prizes!
We will have:
* A resource table with information about BARCC services and ways you can get involved (oh, and pretty sweet SWAG)
* Raffle prizes including a Lumos helmet (https://lumoshelmet.co/) to protect your head biking around Boston, gift cards to local restaurants, movie theaters, and more!
And, we can pretty much guarantee that Destiny Child’s “Survivor’ will be sung at least once, if not more!
Listed by Buzzfeed as THE ONE CAN’T MISS Queer event in Boston AND Named “Best of Boston” ladies night and “Best of Boston” karaoke many times over, including **our most recent wins for ‘Best Lesbian Scene 2014 by Improper Bostonian, Best LGBT night 2014 by Dig Boston and Best Lesbian Club 2013 by Boston Magazine and Best Lesbian/Gay Hangout in JP 2013 (JP Gazette) AND ‘Best Karaoke 2012′ by Boston Phoenix & DIG Boston. No attitude, no pretension & ALWAYS welcoming!!! Join us as we break into song with a supa dupa karaoke collection and our own DJ Summer’s Eve & DJ Moxie spin ferocious dance sets that include everything from Sissy & New Orleans Bounce, DanceHall, EDM, Trap, Jukebox, Alternative, 80s Classics, Hip Hop, Underground to the current top 40 buzz. This staple Boston ladies’ night welcomes queer, trans, friendlies, and area hipsters. Always a fantastic time! Queeraoke: drink. sing. dance. repeat.
The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center provides free, confidential support and services to survivors of sexual violence ages 12 and up and their families and friends. We work with survivors regardless of when the violence occurred, and our goal is to empower survivors to heal. We also work with a wide range of organizations and communities, including schools, colleges, and police, to advocate for change. We provide training in how to respond to survivors and create cultures that prevent sexual violence in the first place.
* 24-7 Hotline (800-841-8371)
* 24-7 Medical Advocacy
* Counseling Services
* Community Trainings and Workshops
* Legal Services
* Case Management