Sunday, December 6, 5:30 PM, PST
Presented by Olympia Indivisible, this 90-minute FaceBook livestream concert of American old-time and roots-based music will benefit “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop,” the Georgia Senate runoff outreach campaign of Black Voters Matter (BVM).
The concert will feature two ensembles of rising young musicians from the Olympia, Washington region (the Sassafras Sisters and Dante and Eros Faulk), and two internationally-known professional artists (Bruce Molsky and Jake Blount).
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop is reaching out to Black voters in Georgia ahead of two critical Senate run-off elections in January, including a statewide tour on the Blackest Bus in America, digital and radio advertisements, community events, and food giveaways that will inform Georgia voters about the upcoming election and encourage them to use their voting power once again.
This campaign is part of BVM’s core mission to expand Black voter engagement and build progressive power.
The concert is free and open to the public. Concert-goers will be able to donate online to BVM during the show. 100% of the concert proceeds will go to BVM’s Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop campaign.
This FaceBook concert is accessible to anyone (no membership or Facebook account required to watch).
Just click on the link below and refresh your browser window at 5:30PM, on Sunday December 6th, you’ll see the live video appear!
Olympia Indivisible thanks The Quarantine Happy Hour for providing the venue for this the concert and Get Up in the Cool podcaster Cameron DeWhitt for emceeing.
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