Tidal is live streaming a historic concert in honor of America’s lynching victims
You’re invited to join Tidal, the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), various musical performers, and influential guests as they commemorate the opening of America’s first lynching memorial and museum on April 27.
EJI’s collaboration with Tidal will help educate the world about racial terror in America as the music streaming app will broadcast The Concert of Peace and Justice for free via – TIDAL.com/EJI.
Located in Montgomery, Alabama, The National Memorial for Peace and Justice acknowledges the 4400 plus African American men, women, and children that were brutally mistreated by white mobs between 1877 and 1950.
The Legacy Museum will include interactive media, sculpture, videography, and exhibits. All the art is focused on depicting the sights and sounds of the domestic slave trade, racial terrorism, the Jim Crow South, and the American prison system.
“It’s time to end the silence.”
EJI Director Bryan Stevenson spoke on the Tidal collaboration and what he hopes to accomplish by live streaming the event. He said,
“The EJI is excited to partner with TIDAL to bring this event to a global audience… The issues America is facing today are deeply rooted in a history that is familiar to so many worldwide. We’re hopeful that bringing this conversation globally will inspire a conversation that will lead to a better future.”
Tidal has always supported cultural progression and the music streaming service is no stranger to backing positive and innovative movements. In fact, it is “the core of what Tidal does.” Through the universal language of music, they are connecting to a global audience.
TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE for Concert for Peace and Justice on Friday, April 27th in Montgomery! Order through the link in our bio. @theroots, Dave Matthews, @usher, @common, Brittany Howard of @alabama_shakes, @jonbatiste, @kirkfranklin, @tashacobbsleonard, @robertglasper, @thevaleriejune, Greg Phillinganes, and the ASU Choir will all be performing at the Riverwalk Amphitheater to celebrate the opening of The National Memorial to Peace and Justice, and The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration. Artwork by Shepard Fairey / @obeygiant
Lior Tibon of Tidal spoke on how honored the music streaming app is to be apart of this historic event. He said,
“Stemming from the incredibly diverse group of TIDAL artist-owners, creating and participating in programs that impact culture and humankind in a positive way always been at the core of what TIDAL does. We’re incredibly honored to be a part of this historic event and know TIDAL members will be excited to watch this incredible concert.”
For those of you who tune in to The Concert of Peace and Justice, you will get to enjoy the sounds of The Roots, Common, Jon Batiste, Usher, Kirk Franklin, Valerie June, and many more.