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AfroDisiac Multicultural Music and Arts festival is an awareness event held on World Humanitarian Day that will expand harm reduction services and relevant health and safety resources to marginalized communities that are typically not reached through mainstream “Electronic Dance Music” events. It will feature dance genres such as grime & bassline, Jersey club, booty bass, ghetto house, tropical bass, baile funk, juke, and more! This lineup features a balanced representation of ethnic and gender groups. This lineup features a balanced representation of ethnic and gender groups. MUSIC Juliana Huxtable DJ Deeon DJ Haram Boston Chery Cruz CTRL The Dance Pit DIYR GoodDroid Jasmine Infiniti Kush Jones Love Taps Nasty Nigel Ryan Romanski Winnah Daniels EDUCATION & AWARENESS Naloxone Training provided by Harm Reduction Coalition Drug Checking Demonstration provided by New York DanceSafe MDMA the Movie Screening provided by DanceSafe Free health screening and testing provided by Community Healthcare Network Access to free health and safety resources and peer educators VISUAL ART Amarachi Esowe Club Etiquette Craig Johnson II PERFORMANCE ART Team Circus Rave Ninjaz Raiders of Concrete VENDORS Her.She.Me by Crown Me Brands BlackGround Ink Printing Smurfo Udirty PHOTOGRAPHY by Eternal Lotus MISSION This is a safe space for the marginalized communities to have access to partygoer health and safety information and other related services. We acknowledge the biases against lower income persons, LGBTQ, or persons of color--taking into mind the risks of being a partygoer in this demographic, that may not only lead to mental health or personal safety issues--but legal issues. With the Drug Policy Alliance, Harmreduction Coalition, Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, Zendo Project, Paradocs Event Medical Services, and Community Healthcare Network NYC, we collaborate to not only educate, but protect, and/or restore rights to individuals in these communities, who are adversely affected by unequal access to these resources. For more information about this event, visit: