Monday, August 2, 2010
Brooklyn Borough Hall
20 Years After the Crown Heights Riots, Black and Jewish Community Leaders Endorse DeScribes Harmony Hip Hop Music Video as a Groundbreaking Tool for Unity and Racial Harmony in Brooklyn
DeScribe (Born Shneur HaSofer), Crown Heights Hassidic Hip Hop and R&B artist, will host a press conference at Borough Hall on August 2nd, 2010 at 1:00 pm with NYS Senator Eric Adams and Borough President Marty Markowitz, Council Member Letitia James and Assembly Member Karim Camara to premier his revolutionary Harmony music video, which celebrates diversity, understanding and harmony amongst the Crown Heights Black and Jewish communities. This event is presented in collaboration with heads of the Crown Heights community and Shemspeed, an independent recording label and artists promotional agency based in Crown Heights. The event is sponsored by COLlive.com, one of the most prominent Chabad Hassidic media outlets providing constant up to date information about the movements worldwide news and initiatives, and Marley Coffee, owned by Bob Marleys son, Rohan Marley, which helps promote and support environmental and social justice causes, including aiding Jamaicas poor communities and going green.
For more information and a link to the video, visit: http://shemspeed.com/harmony