MUSIC FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Music for Human Rights
A benefit concert to aid migrants at the border
All proceeds go to ACLU
Antonio Sanchez / Aaron Parks / Shai Maestro / Dayna Stephens & other special guests
Sunday, August 11th - ShapeShifter Lab -18 Whitwell Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11215 - Doors 4PM / Show 5PM
On August 11th, New York City based musicians will come together for a one-of-a-kind benefit concert in support of the ACLU’s work to protect immigrants’ rights. As a response to the atrocities committed at the southern border, we will unite to celebrate our shared humanity and raise funds to bring dignity and justice to this country’s newest migrants. The jazz community is one comprised of many immigrants. This concert is both a show of solidarity and a call to support the important work of the ACLU.
“But we’re not just responding to the moment — we’re building for immigrant justice in the future. The ACLU is a nationwide organization, with an on-the-ground presence in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Because we have a vibrant presence in every state, we at the ACLU are not only able to push back against abuses and litigate, but also work to enact pro-immigrant rights laws.”
For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has defended the constitutional rights of all people. Their work isn’t about one person, one party or one issue. It’s about all of us, coming together, daring to create a more perfect union.
For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. The ACLU is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse or oppose candidates for office. Team ACLU Fundraiser page content is written by the individual fundraiser, and views expressed are those of the fundraiser. Contributions made through any Team ACLU Fundraiser page support the general mission and work of the ACLU and are not designated for specific programs.
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