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    Default Re: clubs for black dancers....up to date info please

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    Default Re: clubs for black dancers....up to date info please

    From what I've heard from reliable dancers, Silk in Milwaukee doesn't discriminate in terms of race and is black girl friendly.

    Beansnappers in Appleton is not a good place for black women to work. Once in a while a black girl will work there, but they rarely stay longer than a day or two. This is mainly because of the racist, redneck customers, not management or the other dancers. Although I think management there is shitty too because I've heard a lot of stories about customers calling a black dancer the n word to their face while they're dancing on stage and management does nothing about it.






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    The dancers resource has been posting asking if dancers have experienced racism in the clubs https://www.instagram.com/p/CBHs37opLnP/ smh so many answers (that's only 1/2 post w/ over 700 comments total).

    If theres ever been a time to address this issue, its now. I wish there was something all dancers could do , who stand in solidarity w/ black women+woc who are discriminated against in the industry. Anyways just dropping that link fyi
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    https://www.wweek.com/news/2020/06/1...ack-strippers/

    A Labor Movement Demands Better Treatment for Portland’s Black Strippers
    It is perhaps a sign of the political moment that nearly 30 strip clubs in Portland have agreed to the strike’s terms in the past two weeks.
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    Default Re: clubs for black dancers....up to date info please

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    https://www.wweek.com/news/2020/06/1...ack-strippers/

    A Labor Movement Demands Better Treatment for Portland’s Black Strippers
    It is perhaps a sign of the political moment that nearly 30 strip clubs in Portland have agreed to the strike’s terms in the past two weeks.
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    More than 100 dancers have issued the following demands to club owners: require cultural sensitivity training on a regular basis for all club staff, owners and management; ensure that black dancers get fair hiring opportunities and desirable shifts; and require owners and managers to participate in listening sessions with black dancers to learn about their experiences working at Portland clubs.


    Hollis says the number of dancers with black or brown skin rarely match the demographics in Portland—where people of color make up 23% of the population.




    "I don't know that I've ever really seen a club with those [demographic] statistics—and this is key—on a Friday night or Saturday night," Hollis says.


    Hollis, who is black, says managers at some clubs simply refuse to hire dancers of color. Black dancers—if they're lucky enough to be hired at all—are often given shifts in the middle of a weekday during clubs' slowest hours, she says.



    It is perhaps a sign of the political moment that nearly 30 strip clubs in Portland have agreed to the strike's terms in the past two weeks. The dancers set a deadline of Friday, June 19—the day most clubs hope to reopen from COVID-19 shutdowns.


    "The reason this has never worked before is that we never all came back [to work] at the same time," Hollis says. "Because technically none of us have jobs right now, it made it a lot easier to risk it for the biscuit."



    The Adamidov family has owned Union Jacks since 1997. In 2003, federal prosecutors charged Ilya Adamidov, now 61, for allegedly bribing a government official. A judge in 2005 convicted him of conspiracy and bribery, and he was sentenced to probation.


    One club has refused to comply with the demands: Union Jacks on East Burnside Street.


    Cistrunk, who worked for a year at Union Jacks, says the club normally had about 40 dancers per shift. She was one of three who were black.


    "That was their quota. They would let [black] people audition, but they wouldn't hire them. Because they don't want to attract the 'wrong crowd,'" Cistrunk says.


    The club's manager, Ilya Adamidov, did not directly respond to the allegation he hires few black dancers. He told WW he doesn't support the collective's demands.


    "She doesn't get to run private businesses," says Adamidov. Asked for clarification on which woman he was referring to, Adamidov laughed and said, "They can fuck off." He then hung up the phone.

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    Atlanta’s urban clubs look VERY lucrative right now.
    Dress to kill the wallet.

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