Palestine Children’s Relief Fund Benefit Concert ft. Invincible, Khaled M., Remi Kanazi, and Shining Soul

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Event:
Palestine Children’s Relief Fund Benefit Concert ft. Invincible, Khaled M., Remi Kanazi, and Shining Soul
Start:
April 12, 2013 8:00 pm
End:
April 12, 2013 11:00 pm
Cost:
$15
Organizer:
SJP ASU
Updated:
March 26, 2013
Venue:
Club Red/Red Owl
Address:
2155 E University Dr #112 Tempe, AZ 85281, AZ

SJP childrens relief concert

Students for Justice in Palestine at ASU is honored to welcome hip hop artists and performing poets: Invincible, Khaled M., Remi Kanazi, and Shining Soul to share their talents in order to raise funds for Palestine Children’s Relief Fund – Arizona Chapter.

Purchase tickets online here. At-the-door tickets will be limited.

Venue Website: www.clubredrocks.com

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INVINCIBLE: A hip hop artist with wordplay and rhymes that will leave you speechless. Invincible’s lyrics are like a Sledgehammer to the political and social constructs you once thought you knew. Invincible is based in Detroit, but their reach connects people from around the globe beginning with small communities.http://emergencemedia.org/invincible

KHALED M.: The son of a Libyan revolutionary, a Libyan-American hip hop artist and reigning Chicago Urban Music Awards “Lyricist of the Year” has been featured on CNN, ABC World News, Yahoo! News, BBC, Complex Magazine, NPR and more.http://thisiskhaledm.com/

REMI KANAZI: Palestinian-American poet and activist based in NYC. The editor of the anthology of hip hop, poetry and art, Poets for Palestine (2008), and the author of the collection of poetry, Poetic Injustice: Writings on Resistance and Palestine (2011). He has toured hundreds of venues across the US, Canada, Europe and the Middle East. http://poeticinjustice.net/

SHINING SOUL: A grass roots duo based out of PHX, originating from the occupied O’odham land of southern Arizona, Shining Soul’s unique vintage means of beat production, and down to earth, empowering rhyme delivery is reminiscent of Hip-Hop’s early days, when beats, rhymes, and community empowerment took priority.http://shiningsoul-music.blogspot.com/

PALESTINE CHILDREN’S RELIEF FUND (AZ Chapter): The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund is a registered non-political, non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization that was established in 1991 by concerned people in the U.S. to address the medical and humanitarian crisis facing Palestinian youths in the Middle East. It has since expanded to help suffering children from the region, based only on their medical needs. [They] do not discriminate based on religion, gender, nationality or sect.
http://www.pcrf.net/community/arizona/
https://www.facebook.com/AZPCRFChapter

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Thank you to all volunteers and supporters currently making this possible: Students for Justice in Palestine, The Underground Foundation, Davina Kumar (flyer artwork), and Ellie Craze (flyer design).

THE UNDERGROUND FOUNDATION (TUF): TUF is an organization founded by ASU Students, inclusive to all, dedicated to solidifying and improving an independent music scene at Arizona State University and her surrounding cities. https://www.facebook.com/TUFASU

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