Justice for All Tour
Thank you to all who helped make our Justice for All Tour be a success! We will continue to work on building resilience and resistance through music. Our tour was a success politically and spiritually but we were left with some expenses that were unable to meet. If you are able please consider donating towards our work to help defray the cost of the Justice for All Tour. Thank you! To donate please click here.
Our immense gratitude goes out to all our organizers, sound crews, volunteers and - of course - our wonderful musicians! Our "Justice for All" Tour featured the incredible Lea Gilmore - what an honor it was to have Lea join us on this tour! Her voice, her spirit & her commitment to justice inspired us all. We were also joined by many other wonderful & generous musicians including the fabulous Professor Louie, David Keyes, Paul Kochansky, The Amherst Area Gospel Choir, Olga Tines, Andy Davis, Peter Amidon & The Guilford Community Church Choir, House Blend (special thanks to Alan Blood), Scott Ainslie, Bev Grant & the Brooklyn Women's Chorus. Thanks to the churches that provided venues for us and special thanks to all our sponsors and supporters. We couldn't have done it without you!
All of these concerts were sponsored by a variety of faith congregations and social justice organizations in their areas as a way of standing in solidarity with immigrants, women, People of Color, LGBTQ communities and others being threatened by new federal policies and leaders.
Here's where we went:
Brattleboro VT area - postponed by weather to Wed April 5th (with Guilford Church Choir and House Blend)
Amherst MA - Sat, April 1st (with Amherst Area Gospel Choir)
Manchester NH - Sun, April 2nd
Providence RI Moses Brown Friends School - Tues, April 4th
Ithaca NY - Friday, April 7th
Brooklyn NY - Sat, April 8th (with Brooklyn Women's Chorus)
Special thanks again to our friend Lea Gilmore. We love you! www.leagilmore.com.
Let us know about the ways you are using music and group singing to keep your hope and determination strong! Keep hope alive!