Oberlin College and Conservatory

Save our Stages: Lobbying Congress to Save Nightlife during COVID

Thursday, February 4 at 12:30pm to 1:45pm

Virtual Event

The Disco Déjeuner Lunchtime Speaker Series on the Present and Future of Nightlife presents a roundtable panel on the successful inclusion of nightlife in the COVID-19 relief bill. Panelists include Dayna Frank, President of the National Independent Venue Association and CEO of Minneapolis’ First Avenue, Tobi Parks, owner of Des Moines’ xBk performing arts venue and Vice President of the NIVA Foundation, and Sean Watterson Co-owner of Cleveland's Happy Dog and Co-Chair of NIVA’s Implementation Task Force.

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Lectures/Symposia/Workshops, Virtual Events, Panel


Academic, Anthropology, Dance, Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, Sociology, Administrative, Dean of Students, Multicultural Resource Center, Office of Student Involvement







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Image of three panelists: a white woman with long brown hair standing beneath purple lights, a closeup of a woman of color with a nose ring wearing a brown sweatshirt, and a white man in a black sweatshirt holding a microphone.

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Greggor Mattson

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