Rustin Center in Princeton to Be Open on Christmas Day As An Inclusive Safe-Space
Christmas day is a wonderful and warm occasion full of giving and receiving, but for some, that day marks a difficult occasion as they may not be in a welcoming, loving environment.
As a result, the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice will once again open their doors at 21 Wiggins Street in downtown Princeton on Christmas for friends of all ages to visit. The doors will be open from 11 am through at least 3 pm (the center will stay open even later if the fun continues). Click here to view more information on the event's Facebook listing.
In fact, 94.5 PST will be on-site starting at 11:30 am Christmas Day to celebrate the holiday too.
After all, as Darlene Love sings... "nobody ought to be all alone on Christmas":
The Rustin Center says that their event last year was met with overwhelming positivity from the community and they're looking forward to being a safe space for members of the community who need it. They will be a chosen family for the tough day for all as they promise to offer acceptance for all this Christmas.
"Please bring your voices to sing, feets to dance, instruments to play, cookies to eat, nogs to drink & hearts to warm," the Rustin Center wrote on the Facebook event.
The Rustin Center is located at 21 Wiggins Street in Princeton. They are located in the back building off N. Tulane.
The Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice is a community center, educational enclave and safe-space for LGBTQIA kids, intersectional families and all beautifully diverse communities. It is named after Bayard Rustin, the primary architect of the March on Washington in 1963. Click here to learn more about their work in our community.
We'll see you there.