Saturday’s "Party Like It's 1997” dance party “isn’t your typical labor movement fundraiser,” say organizers. “It’s is a cross-generational space to gather folks from across the labor movement to let loose and dance the night away to 90’s tunes, classic hits, and fresh beats.” The event benefits United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS), which was founded in 1997; tickets are $10-$40. “I'll be at the party because through my work in USAS, issues of labor justice have become an incredibly important part of my life,” says Gabe Mielke, a senior in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. “As I look toward graduation and my life afterward, I want to stay connected to the struggles being waged by students and workers for justice throughout the world. The dance party is just one small way of my staying involved with the labor movement writ large."