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Eagle Forum Capitol Alert
July 16, 2002

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NEA DANCES DIRTY (AGAIN)

The National Endowment for the Arts has a long history of funding pornographic and anti-religious "art." The list of grants for "dirty art" and the organizations supporting such productions and exhibitions is quite long, and still the NEA has not reformed.


ALERT


NEA Approves 2002 Access grant to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Inc.
How does this organization raise money to fight AIDS? Nude Dancing

In the June 16, 2002 production of "Broadway Bares XII: A Comic Strip," 167 of Broadway's finest dancers "celebrated the themes and characters of comic books as costumes ranging from capes and spandex to thongs and pasties were stripped off some of the best bodies in show business . . . [this production] will probably be the only show ever where one could witness the aerial artistry of the world's first openly gay superhero group, "The Rainbow Guard", take in Olive Oyl in drag leading a chorus of randy sailor boys to "In The Navy" and watch 3 Cat Woman reveal the leather fantasies of Josie and the Pussycats . . . The event once again concluded with the dancers lining the stage for "Rotation" where they go-go danced for tips and greeted the audience."

Slideshow available at: http://www.broadwaycares.org/events/bares.html 
(Warning: Slideshow has some nude and sexually suggestive pictures)


Where Does the NEA send Tax-Dollars? 
In the 2001 "Arts On Radio And Television Grants" grants, 72 percent was awarded to New York and Washington, D.C.-based organizations. 58 percent of 2002 "Creativity" grant funding was awarded to projects in California, New York City, Detroit, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. Of the 2002 "Challenge America Access" grant funding, 47 percent went to New York, California, Washington, D.C. Atlanta, Chicago, and Seattle. 30 percent of 2001 NEA "Access" grant funding was awarded to projects in Washington, D.C., Chicago, New York City, and San Francisco.


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