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Join Dawneebee, Baker and Snakey for an interview with Ashley Driscoll, the founder of the movement and group Groovesafe. GrooveSafe is a movement within the musical community to bring awareness about unwanted touching and sexual assault at concerts. The movement starts with awareness which will lead to changing behavior as well as protecting each other. This is a mission within the community, for the whole community, to better the community. #GrooveSafe #ALLGENDERSALLGENRES
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