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NCSF Hosting Kinky Town Hall Meeting in Detroit

on Tuesday, 15 May 2012. Posted in Front Page Headline, NCSF News

NCSF will be in Detroit this coming Saturday 19 May! 

We’ll be hosting a community leadership meeting from 2pm-4pm and an open 
community roundtable meeting from 4pm-6pm.  The community meetings are 
sponsored by NCSF and no RSVP is needed.

The host location is the VFW post at 1125 Fort Street in Lincoln Park, MI. 

The VFW hall has a steak dinner available for $10/person from 6pm-730pm. 
Deviations will be hosting a party at the same location beginning at 8pm. 
Deviations will be doing  fundraising for NCSF during the event. You must 
contact Deviations to RSVP to the party or the dinner. 

We will be sharing information and strategy options for dealing with the media 
and related press as the Detroit community struggles with the unwanted 
media attention the Bashara incident has brought.  As the incident and resulting 
media attention isn’t likely to go away and it is likely to generate 
cyclical media attention as the case moves forward, it’s important that the 
Detroit community and its leaders know what to say to the press and what 
not to say, along with talking points and how to reach NCSF’s media line for 
help. 

We’ll also be discussing security and privacy concerns for both groups and 
individuals including how to deal with law enforcement and what to do about 
the proverbial 'dangerous insiders.' In addition, we'll cover tips for 
protecting your personal privacy and security along with what your rights 
may/may not be in dealing with police or the media.

If you’re the leader of a group, please consider attending the leadership 
session or send someone representing your group.  Please pass this message 
around to as many groups, munches and other Detroit area lists as you can and 
let people know about the open community meeting along with the party 
beginning at 8pm. If you have any questions, please contact Leigha Fleming at 

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  or 443.280.0457.


thank you-

Leigha Fleming
NCSF Board Chair

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