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SUPPORT Gay8 Festival 2022

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SW 8th Street and SW 15th Avenue

1465 SW 8th Street

Street closes from SW 17th AVE to SW 14th AVE

Miami, FL 33135

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Become a supporter of the Gay8 Festival. We would ask you to consider $25 or the dollar amount you can afford. This festival is a not for p

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Become a supporter of the Gay8 Festival.  We would ask you to consider $25 or the dollar amount you can afford.

This festival is a not for profit managed year around by volunteers and caring members of the community. Please give a donation and help make sure we come back next year and grow our plaform and programs.  

We cannot do this work without your financial help, and take comfort in the fact that we are not working on this program to buy a new car - we do it for the love of our community. We will include you on our mailing list and on special events, discounts and other offerings all year round.  

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SW 8th Street and SW 15th Avenue

1465 SW 8th Street

Street closes from SW 17th AVE to SW 14th AVE

Miami, FL 33135

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Organizer 4WARD MIAMI, INC.

Organizer of SUPPORT Gay8 Festival 2022

4WARD MIAMI, INC strives to promote diversity, inclusion, economic prosperity, social justice, and civic and cultural engagement in South Florida's diverse communities through its programming. The Gay Ocho Festival is the largest diversity and inclusion festival hosted by the Hispanic/Latino community in the nation held in the heart of Little Havana with 80,000 attendees and growing. While we work to bring the many different parts of South Florida together for one day of extraordinary live music, food, art, entertainment and family fun; this year we will be highlighting Movimiento San Isidro (the MSI movement) and amplifying all the voices inside Cuba seeking freedom. We will be highlighting the importance of freedom, democracy and civil rights. All those voices in Cuba that have no voice without us on the outside of a brutal communist and totalitarian system that denies its citizens their most basic human rights. This year’s festival is dedicated to those fighting in and outside Cuba and to the many divided families and those before them that have experienced so much pain and suffering for over 62 years. Gay Ocho has always advocated for those experiencing repression of any kind including people in countries like Venezuela and Nicaragua and including domestic struggles on race and justice.

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