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Hot New Animal Documentary Holds NYC Fundraising Bash

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What are you doing on June 19th? Joining me and some of my favorites at Peter Max’s studio? THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT!!!

On Friday, June 19th from 6:30-8:30 p.m, Joshua Katcher (TheDiscerningBrute.com) and Kelly Overton (PPATH.org) will hold a fundraising event for their new documentary Standardized Testing” 

According to the duo: 

“This pioneering, controversial and hilarious film follows PATH founder Kelly Overton, an overachieving activist who has degrees from Harvard, Tulane, Columbia and UMASS, as he attempts to return his diplomas and get his tuition refunded in an effort to bring attention to the dangerous and wasteful biomedical research being done at the universities.”

At the event there will be delicious food from 4 Course Vegan, Candle Cafe, Vegan Treats Bakery, Tuthilltown Spirits and Blackwell’s Organic Gelato and plenty of special guests, including: Rue McClanahanAlly SheedyPrincess Superstar, Jane Velez-Mitchell, Chloé Jo Berman, Alex Jamieson and many more! 

So what the heck are you waiting for? Visit PPath.org and get your damn tickets! See you there!!

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