Riverside March 7th: Healing and music at the Freedom Concert!

We are very excited to inform you of the upcoming Freedom Concert presented by Recovery Inc., in conjunction with First Congregational Church in Riverside, Temple Beth El, Unity Fellowship Social Justice Ministries and others.

The event is intended to raise awareness around the issues of mass incarceration and provide support for organizations that assist formerly incarcerated persons. The concert will feature a range of artists in folk, gospel, blues, son jarocho and other inspirational music. And, we will also provide light refreshments!

It will be an event you don’t want to miss! So, please save the date today:freedom concert flyer

When: Saturday, March 7, 2015 from 7-9pm

Where: First Congregational Church Riverside, 3504 Mission Inn Avenue, 92501

Be sure to RSVP here, and join us for good music, good people and good vibes at the Freedom Concert: A Community Heals Together on March 7th. The suggested minimum donation of $10 will benefit those affected by incarceration served by Riverside All of Us or None and Californians United for a Responsible Budget.

We will send out another reminder in the next few weeks, but for now, please save the date and spread the word! And, as always, we thank you for your support!

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