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QWOC+ Boston is a group that promotes diversity by creating and sustaining safe spaces for LGBT people of color in the Greater Boston area.
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BOAT CRUISE! QWOC+ Partners with DykeNight to Kick-Off QWOC WEEK 2009

Posted By QWOC+ Boston on July 6th, 2009

Please join Queer Women of Color and Friends (QWOC+ Boston) and Dyke Night for their first official collaboration, the QWOC WEEK Kick-Off Sunset T-Dance and Boat Cruise!

Sunday August 2
Uni-T Dance Boat Cruise
3.30 pm board, 4 pm sharp set sail, returns 7 pm
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Uni-T Dance and Boat Cruise with Dyke Night

Uni-T Dance and Boat Cruise with Dyke Night

As the first event of the second annual QWOC Week, the Uni-T Dance Boat Cruise will be the official kick-off event for QWOC+ Boston’s week-long multicultural pride celebration featuring a variety of social events produced by QWOC+ Boston in collaboration with local social/cultural groups, non-profits, and promoters.

The Uni-T dance cruise will take place on the New Boston, the premier party vessel. This 100-foot boat has a huge open air dancing area, with two full bars on two decks for maximum convenience. Special guest DJ Inkognito will rock the boat with a diverse music genre of Old School, Soca, Reggae, Latin, Hip-Hop, House, and Top 40.

Collaborators include Men of Color Creating Change, Boston LGBTQ Social Circle of Color, SHE Entertainment, and Boston Gay Women’s Group. Tickets to the last Unity cruise sold out; the sun has finally come out, so advanced tickets are strongly recommended!

To purchase tickets, click the flier on the sidebar –>

  • This event is 21+
  • $20 advanced tickets
  • $25 at dock (if still available)

**Queer Women of Color and Friends (QWOC+) is a volunteer-run, multicultural social group dedicated to creating safe spaces for LGBTQ women and transpeople of color in the Greater Boston area and increasing consciousness of multiculturalism and diversity through social-networking and community-building.**

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