"Our visions begin with our desires..."-Audre Lorde An all-ages Valentine's dance to celebrate Audre Lorde. Community, refreshments, slow jamz, and revolutionary desire...what more can you ask for? Proceeds after expenses go to benefit the work of Charis Circle and ZAMI NOBLA Co-sponsored by Atlanta Pride and Fourth Tuesday. Tickets are $20, cash, check, or charge. Tickets include two drink tickets for beverage of your choice. The Phillip Rush Center is smokefree, wheelchair accessible with accessible, gender neutral restrooms. Music for the evening provided by hometown hero Lynnee Denise: DJ Lynnee Denise uses turntables and scholarship to create forums exploring and celebrating Afro-Diasporic electronic music. Her work is informed, inspired and elevated by social and political movements, global travel, and personal identity. Lynnee is the founder of WildSeed Cultural Group an organization whose mission, “entertainment with a thesis,” is driven by a desire to incorporate the nontraditional elements of literature, cultural criticism and ethnomusicology into the New York, Atlanta and South African music scene.