Rev. Sekou & Tracy Howe, March 4th at The Haven
Rev. Sekou is joined by the Nashville blues band, The Freedom Fighters on his national tour celebrating the release of his live album, Live At The Shell, recorded last July in Memphis, TN. Monday March 4th will bring to life a sacred convening in Charlottesville, VA, a city where Sekou lived and trained people during the infamous summer of hate, 2017. The show will start with a set by local artist Tracy Howe, releasing her album, Things That Grow. Things That Grow is a project born out of movement work and radically changing life circumstances of the last 5 years. This evening of music will be sure to fill listeners with healing, fire and courage, and call us all to sing and fill the streets.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $20 at the door. Attendees are also encouraged to give to ongoing work in the area through donating to any or all of the following:
The Haven, Charlottesville's low barrier day shelter for people experiencing homelessness, offering direct connection to rehousing and social services.
Hands Off Maria, support the life and work of Maria Chavalan Sut living in Sanctuary in Charlottesville.
The Charlottesville Resilience Fund, making economic reparations to meet the needs of people who face undue hardships imposed upon them due to structural oppression, including but not limited to, through the criminal legal system.
Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice, supporting resistance to the degradation and exploitation of creation and helping sustain pipeline resistance and address intersecting issues of racism and indigenous sovereign land rights throughout Virginia.
The Haven (View)
112 West Market Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
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