Supporters of SOJOURN – the queer focused Southern Jewish Resource Network – partied with a purpose and plenty of costumes on Saturday to raise funds for the education and outreach organization.
The annual event – this year titled "Mirror, Mirror: A Night of Fairytales" – unfolded at the Temple on Peachtree Street in Midtown. The organization also presented Judy Marx and Billy Planer with its Michael Jay Kinsler Rainmaker Award. Entertainment included aerialist Sadie Hawkins and drag performer Jaye Lish.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studio
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