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Leatherman of Color 2006
2005-11-01

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Before a packed house on Saturday, Oct. 8, Joe Boynton of Chicago became the Leatherman of Color 2006. Joe will compete at International Mr. Leather 2006. The contest, sponsored by the People of Color Organization and produced by Mufasa, was held at Touche during ONYX's 10th Anniversary BlackOut Weekend in Chicago. Doc Hoskins of NYC was the runner-up. Mr. Georgia Leather 2002, Jamal, was the emcee and George Brown, the Cell Block/Caliber Leatherman 2005 served as tallymaster. Handling the judging were head judge, Jill Carter, IMsL 1996/Ms. World Leather CEO; Viola Johnson, noted author; Paul 'Teddy' O'Rourke, Mr. Deaf Leather 2004; Jeff Willoughby, Mr. Chicago Leather 2005; and Goddess Lakshimi, Ms. World Leather 2003. Judge's boy was boi yohantz. The Leatherman of Color 2007 contest will be held on October 6, 2006 in Atlanta during ONYX's BlackOut 11 hosted by ONYX Southeast. For any further information contact leathermanofcolor@yahoo.com .

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