Standing Together for Justice Concert and Benefit to Take Place at Agora During RNC

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Organized by Stand Together Against Trump, Singing for Justice Meetup Group and local and national musicians, the Standing Together for Justice Concert and Benefit, aims to provide a “night of peaceful protests songs calling for a stand against racism, sexism, and xenophobia.”

San Francisco-based artist Pete Kronowitt will perform as will local artists such Brendan O'Malley, Swap Meet and Matt Harmon.



The event will take place at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 18, at the Agora during the Republican National Convention.

Proceeds will support Cleveland-based charities St. Paul's Church and the Thea Bowman Center.
Tickets are $20.


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