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||'NO H8' photo shoot Oct. 11 at W Hotel
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An open "NO H8" photo shoot will tkae place Monday, Oct. 11, 4-7 p.m., at the W Chicago Hotel, 172 W. Adams.
The "NO H8" campaign has photographed thousands of individuals who wear white T-shirts while having "NO H8" scrawled on their faces and duct tape over their mouths.
Solo photos will require a minimum $40 donation per person while group/couple shots are $25 per person in the photo. ( People are also asked to wear white T-shirts. ) Adam Bouska will photograph five to 10 frames for each person; the final selection he chooses will be retouched and made available at www.NOH8Campaign.com .
For more information, see "NOH8 Open Photoshoot in Chicago" on Facebook.
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