Salsa to Save will be a fun evening including salsa lessons and a performance by Sabrosura (Duke's official Latin dance troupe), a DJ and 2+ hours of dancing, refreshments, and a presentation about International Justice Mission (www.ijm.org) regarding its fight against child sex trafficking in Southeast Asia. The event is free and open to all within the Duke community, so you are welcome to bring guests and significant others. Sponsored by CLS, HLSA, RASP, and SALSA, as well as Duke-IJM and other university entities. For more information, contact Jonathan Christman at email@example.com.
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