This is our first fundraiser of the year – it’s gonna be a night of serious talent. Resis’dance is a women & non-binary ppl events collective comprised of DJ’s, technicians and political organisers who put on fundraisers for radical grassroots groups.
We are happy to announce that this fundraiser will be going to JENGbA: Joint Enterprise: Not Guilty by Association. This is a grassroots, non-profit campaign challenging the Joint Enterprise doctrine that is convicting innocent people. This campaign is run by volunteers, mainly by women (mothers, sisters, aunties and cousins but also heartbroken dads and uncles) who will not rest while their loved ones are serving mandatory life sentences for crimes committed by others. It is precisely because the use of joint enterprise was unjust, unfair and discriminatory towards working class and black and minority ethnic communities that we were forced to form JENGbA. JENGbA campaigns on behalf of, and with, those wrongfully convicted.
The proceeds raised by this fundraiser will go to supporting JENGbA. To find out more or to donate directly visit www.jointenterprise.co
★ LINE UP…★
Nadia Ksaiba NTS Radio – Rhythm Connection
Anyone familiar with London’s late night disco dens over the past 10 years will recognise the name Nadia Ksaiba. A seasoned tastemaker, Nadia hosts the monthly show Rhythm Connection with Dan Beaumont (Chapter 10, Dalston Superstore) on NTS Radio and is a regular cast member at the best parties in London and further afield, including XOYO, Glitterbox, Dalston Superstore, Bugged Out and Savage.
DJ Marcia Carr
Marcia’s global club DJ sets of deeper, soulful, jazzy style with Funk, Boogie, Detroit Techno, Gospel, Broken Beat, Chicago House, neo Soul, AfroBeat + Dubstep have featured on the airwaves around the world, plus venues like the Ministry Of Sound on-line alongside the likes of Bob Sinclair, David Morales and MAW. She’s had guest appearances on many London radio shows such as Rinse FM, BBC R1, Balamii Radio, HouseFM and more, and is currently a resident on Mi-Soul Radio.
FIVE MILES 39B Markfield Rd London N15 4QA
★ Access ★
Wheelchair accessible and accessible toilet. Please get in touch if we can make the night any more accessible for you.
★ SAFER SPACES POLICY★
At Resis’dance there’s zero tolerance to sexual harassment, unwanted touching, stalking and all forms of abuse or discrimination based on race, gender, disability, sexuality, religion or age. People who can’t respect this aren’t welcome and will be thrown out. If you experience it, or see someone else being harassed or on the receiving end of discriminatory abuse, find a member of Resis’dance, our SAFER SPACES CREW or Five Miles security – we believe and will support you.
★ Five Miles ★
Five Miles priorities the safety of all of our customers. We understand that non male folk and LGBTQI people can feel unsafe in nightlife. To this end we have implemented a phone charging system within our cloakroom so that you can ensure you do not leave our venue with a dead phone battery. Please always make sure your friends know where you are and never leave without telling them you are going.
Artwork by Tamara-Jade Kaz
£3 unwaged, £5 waged, £7 solidarity.
Tickets available at the door or via Artnicity: www.artnicity.com/event/resisdance-fundraiser-for-jengba