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    Posted August 31, 2009 by
    SusanMarieNY
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    Buffalo, New York
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    (NY - USA): Artists United For Human Rights (USS Little Rock)

     

    On October 4, 2009, aboard the USS Little Rock, Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park, musicians and artists combine forces to support human rights.

    From 12n-6pm Sunday, this festival features non-stop live music, artists and business selling their wares, and directors of task forces and organizations that support human rights focusing on education, awareness and prevention of child abuse and trafficking.

    This all day event is free and open to the public in direct support of Maiti Nepal (ATSEC) and Prevent Child Abuse NY (Citizens Task Force Buffalo) with a focus on The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    The Artists:

    Musicians:
    Noa Bursie, Emile Latimer, Lance Diamond, The BloodThirsty Vegans, Joni Russ, Van Taylor Project (AFE-USO), Rob Falgiano, Gruvology, http://www.mandrillis.com/web/index.htmlDerek McKeith (NYC), Joyce Wilson Nixon Band, Free Henry & Buffalo Select Chorus.

    Artists & Installations:
    Artfully Aware (International), Nomad Magazine Community Painting Project (local), Buffalo Indie Market (local), and Poet Tree Magazine (International.)

    October is National Prevention of Violence Month, this event is between International Day of Non-Violence (Mahatma Gandhi), and Day of Unity Against Domestic Violence.

    Artists United For Human Rights © is a registered project under President Barack Obama's Serve.Gov, Million Voices Campaign and The World March for Peace and Non-Violence.

    Contact:
    Susan Marie Public Relations
    susan.marie.1971@gmail.com
    716-783-7067
    New York USA 2009

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