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About-Face protests American Apparel: An Afternoon with Dov Charney

By now, you know how much we despise American Apparel’s advertising. Well, here’s your chance to make your voice heard TOMORROW, whether you’re in San Francisco or supporting from afar:

An Afternoon with Dov Charney

Saturday, May 1 at 1:00pm

Haight St. (at Clayton), San Francisco (and online)

Using street theater and performance art, this parody interview with American Apparel CEO and President Dov Charney will give “Mr. Charney” (i.e. a friend of About-Face playing the CEO) a ribbing for the company’s treatment of its female models in its advertising.

When you arrive, there will be a way for you to be a part of the action immediately.

Can’t make it in person? Here are some other ways to support “An Afternoon with Dov Charney”

Follow us on Twitter @aboutfacesf.

“Like” the Facebook group for this action, “That’s Enough, American Apparel”

Sign the online petition “End American Apparel’s sexist advertising”. We have a goal of 1,000 signatures!

Producing this action cost about $5,000. Donate to About-Face in support of the action!

We hope to see you there, in person or in spirit!

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