by Garret Ean
June 13, 2011
It’s been such a busy week in the world of liberty media that the successful Jefferson Dance Party on June 4 was overshadowed at Free Concord by the mass arrests and camera seizures by Manchester police. Before the day’s drama began, it was a time of celebration downtown in recognition of the freedom of dancers in DC. Dance party solidarity occurred around 1pm, complete with chalkings and soccer play.
Video from the memorial was streamed live by New Hampshire’s own Jason Talley, who was also responsible for organizing the first dance party which started it all, before anyone even knew dancing was illegal. On the eve of the second civil disobedience dance, Jason and Eddie Dickey, organizer of the May 28 dance party which resulted in five arrests, joined Adam Kokesh on his Russia Today television program.
Despite the global support for the dance party, the only coverage of the events in corporate media comes from Russia Today.
For more video and pictures from the scene in DC, check out jeffersondanceparty.info.