Ngaiire, L-Fresh The Lion & more team up for Rock Against Racism

Ngaiire, L-Fresh The Lion & more team up for Rock Against Racism

Alongside B-Wise, Thandi Phoenix and Kaylah Truth December 7 at Manning Bar in Sydney.

Some of our country's brightest artists are joining forces with national anti-racism organisation All Together Now for a new concert, Rock Against Racism, taking place for the first time on Thursday 7 December at Manning Bar in Sydney. Champion for diverse voices in Australian music, NGAIIRE will be joined by L-Fresh The Lion, who very recently linked up with YouTube Creators For Change for new single Raci$t/Our World with a video clip that literally (but sadly not surprisingly) sent racists around the world into a frenzy:

They'll be joined by Pilerats faces B-Wise and Thandi Phoenix, along with Indigenous rapper Kaylah Truth, to help raise charity, bring the national conversation out of the shadows, and provide a safe space for encouraging people to speak up: "We believe everybody needs to have a good understanding of what racism is so that they are empowered to act when they witness it," said Priscilla Brice, All Together Now's Managing Director. "One in five Australians experienced racism over the past year, and we know from research that one way to reduce this statistic is by all of us challenging racism wherever it occurs."

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