Rise Up and Sing

Hope + change through song

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Justice for All - New Hampshire

Buy tickets/books: 
Adult tickets (d)
$20.00 ea
Child-youth tickets (under 18) a
$5.00 ea
Copies of Rise Again (7 1/2 x 10 spiral) to pick up at concert
$20.00 ea
Copies of Rise Again (9 x 12 spiral) to pick up at concert
$25.00 ea
Total Cost$0.00

Come join us! We will lift our voices in solidarity and sing for the rights, dignity, and safety of all in our region irrespective of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, and national origin. This concert provides a chance for community groups and faith congregations across Southern New Hampshire to affirm our shared commitment to justice for all and to shed a light on the critical work many are doing for social justice every day.

This concert is a benefit for NAACP Manchester chapter (Unit 2069)

Download flyer: You can print off downloadable pdfs for both color & b&w flyers - links are at the bottom left hand corner of this page.

Artists/songleaders:

Lea Gilmore - Lea is a blues, gospel, and jazz-singing civic activist who has lent her voice, literally and figuratively, to advocacy for the underserved of the world for many years. Essence Magazine named her one of the "25 Women Shaping the World" in 2005. She has worked tirelessly to advance racial justice and bridge divides in her native Baltimore, particularly since the death of Freddie Gray in 2015. www.leagilmore.com

Annie Patterson & Peter Blood - creators of the best-selling songbook Rise Up Singing and its 2015 sequel Rise Again (containing 1200 additional songs). Annie & Peter have devoted their lives to spurring change through group singing. Author and activist Studs Terkel called Rise Up Singing a "play-work-fight-freedom hymnal!" 

Joining us will be award-winning blues pianist and vocalist Professor Louie.  www.professorlouie.com

Copies of Rise Again will be available to borrow or buy during this singalong concert. 

You can purchase tickets on this event page or at the door. At the door admission is for a suggested donation of $20 for adults and $5 for those under 25 ("Be generous, be affordable!")  If you cannot afford the online ticket price and want to reserve a seat, send an email to the organizer to reserve a place and pay what you can at the door. (Note: Online tickets are handled by a "will call" list. No paper tickets are mailed out.)

Noone will be turned away for lack of funds.

Let justide roll down like a mighty stream!

Date(s): 
Apr 2 2017 - 6:30pm
2013 Elm St
Manchester , NH 03104
United States
Contact: 
Sara Smith
(603) 485-4231
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