On the 8th March, Love Music Hate Racism will launch its two-week campaign, ‘Beautiful Resistance’.
Aiming to inspire, engage and empower people through music, the campaign will consist of several events including its launch on International Women’s Day on the 8th March, as well as the UN Anti-Racism March on the 16th March.
The ‘Beautiful Resistance’ campaign will be supported by a number of big names in the scene including the likes of Craig David, Mahalia, Ray BLK, Kojey Radical and more, with many artists expected to feature in an in-conversation series.
Speaking on the upcoming campaign, the organisation’s founders Paul Samuels, Elle Giles and Zak Cochrane said: “Voices of inspiration are vital to kids growing up and the response to our industry reach out so far has been so incredibly well received.
“We’re very excited at the potential for true, transformative change through our Beautiful Resistance campaign and we welcome anyone who shares our vision of a world free of prejudice to join us and get in touch via our website.”
For more information on the ‘Beautiful Resistance’ campaign, or to learn more about Love Music Hate Racism, click here.