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GOOD Folk Annual Toshi & Pete Seeger Sing-a-Long

Joe's Pub

July 17

Doors at 6PM
Show at 7PM

GOODFolk’s 3rd Annual Toshi & Pete Seeger Sing-a-Long

Toshi Reagon and Friends
Tamar- kali
Martha Redbone
Matt Whyte
Shelley Nicole
Imani Uzuri
Fred Cash
and more!

Pete believed in the power of song and did not believe in singing alone. Come together and let's make a big and beautiful sound.

The Toshi & Pete Seeger Sing a Long is an opportunity to raise our voices in song and support community activist. Each year we sing and shine a light on folks doing great work in the name of truth and justice. We honor the path and spirit of Toshi and Pete who did this kind of movement building work for most of their lives.

Past Sing-a-Longs have benefitted

GOODFolk is a music/art series created and curated by Toshi Reagon
Toshi Seeger filmmaker, producer, and environmental activist. Innovator, maker of Stone Soup, Co- founder of the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater and The Great Hudson Revival. A brilliant organizer and strategist. Pete Seeger, Folk singer, Songwriter and most of all an activist. He used his music to bring folks together, and confront injustice. He met my parents during the civil rights movement. Toshi Seeger booked the SNCC Freedom Singers all over America. These performances helped raised funds for the Student Non Violent Coordinating Committee. Toshi and Pete spent their time on this planet working on behalf of several justice movements. Amazing and good people. 

All proceeds benefit BEFORE IT'S GONE // TAKE IT BACK: 
Documenting Brooklyn - Fighting Gentrification (B4G), a neighborhood and web-based response to the crisis of gentrification of Brooklyn, NY

BEFORE IT'S GONE // TAKE IT BACK: Documenting Brooklyn - Fighting Gentrification (B4G)
 is a labor of love. We truly love Brooklyn - our peoples, our working to middle class communities, and our vibrant cultures. So it is our duty to fight to stop gentrification and save affordable housing. We do not want to see one more family or elder displaced. We will not allow another greedy landlord or developer to push our people out. We refuse to allow Brooklyn to become merely a playground for the rich. We say, “Before it's gone! Take it back!" and together, united, we believe that we will win. #BrooklynIsNotForSale

BEFORE IT'S GONE // TAKE IT BACK: Documenting Brooklyn - Fighting Gentrification is a Brooklyn-wide project of Equality for Flatbush