Attend Rock For Reparations! A Zoom Concert Benefit for the Black Power Blueprint

Rock for Reparations

On Saturday April 3rd, 2021, five of Philadelphia’s finest musicians will be gathering virtually to perform “ROCK FOR REPARATIONS”, a zoom concert Reparations Challenge organized by Mary Alicia. Mary is a singer-songwriter/pianist as well as a member of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, who along with these other talented musicians will all perform their music and use their voices to raise resources in this benefit concert for the Black Power Blueprint. The Black Power Blueprint is an anti-gentrification project based in St. Louis, MO which is building self-determination and economic development projects by and for the black community. Mary’s goal is to raise $400 with this concert.

REGISTER on Zoom: tinyurl.com/Rock4Reparations
DONATE at uhurusolidarity.org/donations/pay-reparations, and put “Rock 4 Reparations” in the comments. Suggested donation $15.
LEARN more about what this concert is supporting at blackpowerblueprint.org

FEATURED ARTISTS:

1) Megan Cullinane (@megantheeee_scallion) playing digital bops and synth sounds
2) Mary Alicia (@mary_alicia_music) playing original songs and covers on piano and vocals
With performances by three phenomenal lead guitarists and vocalists from three of Philly’s greatest punk/indie bands:
3) Alyssa Millman of Puppy Angst (@puppyangst)
4) Kelsey Cork of Kelsy Cork and the Swigs (@kelseycorkandtheswigs)
5) Emily Mineo of Lylyly (@lylylyband)

Sponsored by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, the organization of white people under the leadership of and accountable to the African People’s Socialist Party. USM organizes in the white community for reparations to African people, and is building for its national annual convention, “Make Wall Street Pay Reparations” April 17-18 on zoom. Find out more about the convention.

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