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SC19: Love's Best Language: Music

A VERY special Serenade Cozy, helping to kick off our Saxapahaw Black History Month events!

Presented by mahaloArtsCulture MillSaxapahaw Social Justice ExchangeThe Haw River Ballroom: Love’s Best Language: Music with I AM SOTERIA & Friends

doors open at 2:00p for schmoozing with everyone; performance will begin at 2:30p

a suggested offering of $20-$25 will be gratefully received at the gathering

studio events are generally email and word-of-mouth invitation-only.
for more info, RSVP, driving and parking directions visit the Say Hey page

space is limited so PLEASE consider your RSVP a commitment
as it will guarantee you a seat
if life gets in the way and you are not able to attend,
please email or text Alison at 919.928.6886 ASAP!

Poet, Musician, and Social Justice Advocate, I AM SOTERIA has traveled to several states and countries using poetry and music as a way to connect people from diverse cultures who have different lived experiences. Soteria collaborates with friends empowering the community through music and spoken word. She is passionate about bridging social, economic, and relational gaps in the hopes of creating uncommon friendships. She serves on several boards and works professionally to reduce recidivism and create opportunities and empower the voices of those who are marginalized. She strives to support people to live into their destiny.

For this project Soteria has asked a few friends to join her who have shared in her journey to stand up together for love, music, equity, justice and hope.
Chris Brown (Singer/Songwriter)
Alice Sarti (Author-Poet-Social Justice Advocate)
Kimberly Chantè ( Recording Artist-Singer-Songwriter)
Keisha McKane (Spoken Word Artist & Creator of Artist for Justice)
Asha Barnes (On site Photography)
Aniya Bourne (On site Videography)

Earlier Event: February 1
SC18: Danny Gotham
Later Event: February 19
mahaloJazz + The Eddy