Lunatarium 4:20 Party
April 20, 2002
To celebrate April 20, the Drug War Awareness Project held a benefit at the
Lunatarium in Brooklyn. Scott Jeffrey campaigned at the event with the
support of Manhattan LP chapter.
15 Years to Life
Artist Anthony Papa was convicted in 1985 under New York's draconian
Rockefeller drug laws. Although his first offense, Papa was sentenced to 15
years to life. Papa began painting to survive incarceration, which
eventually helped secure a grant of clemency by Governor Pataki in 1997.
Please visit www.15yearstolife.com to learn more about the artist.
Many performers and musicians donated their talents to help make the evening
a success. The top two pics are of Next Tribe
a fun, innovative band that rocked the crowd that night. And we're not just
saying that because they are strong supporters of the Jeffrey for Governor
LP in the House
The Manhattan LP chapter was the only political party with an organized
presence at the event. Our "World's Smallest Political Quiz" was a
big hit and made us the center of interest throughout the evening. Many
attendees discovered their libertarian leanings and signed up for our
Drug War Awareness Project
Congratulations to Valerie Vande Panne for organizing such a successful
Cory from the Society for Experimental Art and Learning was in attendence.
S.E.A.L. is an organization bringing the ideas and ideals of Burningman to
New York City. Please check out www.sealspace.org for more information on their initatives.
The Lunatarium is an enormous space filled with enormous art. Below are some
pieces on display that evening.