End the Hate Benefit Concert
Some of the nation’s top LGBT activists will gather at Montclair State University on October 11 to present a special benefit concert performed by Randi Driscoll – the creator of "What Matters" – the official tribute to Matthew Shepard. Shepard lost his life in one of the most well known hate crimes in the U.S. The concert is sponsored by The Center for Non-Violence and Prevention Programs & Wellness Education at Montclair State University, the LGBT campus group Spectrum, singer/songwriter Randi Driscoll, activist Peter Yacobellis and The Matthew Shepard Foundation on National Coming Out Day, to pay special tribute to the legacy of Matthew Shepard and the cause the foundation carries out. This concert will be held at the Montclair State University's Memorial Auditorium - 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free!!! Donations are welcome. All proceeds will support the Matthew Sherpard Foundation.
SPECTRUMS' is capping off a great night with their Pride Dance from 9 p.m.-12 a.m. in the Student Center Ballrooms. Music is provided by Mixmaster DJ's. Open to any college student with college ID. Admission is free.