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Singing for Our Lives

Concert for Liberation

You Are Invited

VIRTUAL CHOIR

Please join us with YOUR VOICE in this Virtual Choir.

Singing for Our Lives: Concert for Liberation is a hybrid virtual / in-person concert experience created to lift the voices of the LGBTQIA+ community in Africa and around the world who are living under oppression, discrimination and violations of their human rights.

The concert includes:
LIVESTREAM BROADCAST
Artivists sharing their music, anthems, poetry, and personal stories on Sunday, June 30, 2024.

 

VIRTUAL CHOIR
A video production featuring voices from throughout Africa and around the world singing the historic LGBTQIA+ anthem "Singing for Our Lives."

IN-PERSON EVENTS

On June 30, we will gather in small and large groups, in sizes from 2 to 200+, including events with churches and other organizations - from New Zealand to California. 

MUSICAL ARTIVISTS
Would you like to be a featured musical artivist in the Livestream Broadcast?  Join Ugandan artivist Grace Stone and many others in this production from wherever you are in the world.

ARTIVISTS & ORGANIZERS
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PRODUCTION TEAM

Be a part of the global production team creating the Virtual Choir and Livestream Broadcast.
 

CHURCH / ORGANIZATIONS
Churches, temples, spiritual groups and other organizations are encouraged to participate.

​Ugandan music artivist Shivanah and Ghana's first openly transgender music artivist Angel Maxine lead this virtual choir.​

 

We're inviting the 200+ churches of the international Metropolitan Community Churches to join Shivanah and Angel Maxine, along with the Unitarian Universalist congregations who have been singing the "Singing for Our Lives" anthem in their Universalist Hymnal for many years.

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Singing for Our Lives: Historic LGBTQIA+ Anthem

Watch & learn more about this historic anthem and view a virtual choir "Singing for Our Lives."

Immediately following the November 27, 1978 assasination of San Francisco City Supervisor Harvey Milk, songwriter / singer / activist Holly Near created a song that would become the anthem of the LGBTQIA+ Movement.