To mark International Womens Day FORWARD's Musicians Unite to End FGM project in collaboration with Black History Studies is pleased to present The Power of Music: Artists Using Conversation and Music for Social Change.

To mark International Women's Day FORWARD UK's Musicians Unite to End FGM project in collaboration with Black HistoryStudies is pleased to present The Power of Music: Artists Using Conversation and Music for Social Change. 

Journalist and FORWARD Ambassador, Ade Daramy will be in conversation with Blues artist Corey Harris (Corey Harris Band), Congolese hip hop artists Nka1 and Tunde (of  Lopango Ya Banka) and UK female rapper extraordinaire - Sharna Cane.

Join us as we explore the power of music to spread awareness of issues such as female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriage, how it can influence decision makers (elders in communities that practice FGM, governments etc.), inspire generations and create positive social change.
 

Nka1 and Sharna Cane live from 9.30-10.30pm.

Buy tickets here.

When
8th March, 2018 6:30 PM   through   10:30 PM
Location
Hackney Picturehouse
270 Mare Street
Hackney
London, E8 1HE
United Kingdom

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