Cleveland Artists Unite Against Human Trafficking at the Beachland Ballroom

Ray Flanagan

Thu 3/15 @ 7PM

Cleveland’s Harriet Tubman Movement works with victims of human trafficking to find them the services they need to address their needs and remove them from danger.

To help raise money for their efforts, the group is presenting a benefit called Follow the Drinking Gourd at the Beachland Ballroom. It features three noted local singer/songwriters: Ray Flanagan who performs with his band the Authorities, Michelle Gaw, who fronts the band Mimi Arden, and Lorain County’s Emily Keener, who, while still in her teens, has performed around the area for more than four years, and release three EPs and two albums.

Tickets are $30. It’s an all-ages event.

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One Response to “Cleveland Artists Unite Against Human Trafficking at the Beachland Ballroom”

  1. That’s wonderful.
    We did our first Traffic Jam way back in 2011 to raise awareness about the Imagine Foundation
    https://www.imaginefreedom.org/
    My dear friend Rock Hall Inductee Glenn Hughes is part of a project called Rock Against Trafficking & I also recently connected with Mary Mazzio & the Team from the Trafficking documentary “I Am Jane Doe”

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