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June 1st, 2020
For over 100 years we have supported voices across generations, genders, races, religions, and movements. We’ve supported voices of peace and change. Voices of love and heartbreak. Voices of solidarity and solutions.
Today we are truly at a crossroads that will require the courage to make these voices, and our voices, matter even more. Racism should have no place in this world. Not in the past, the present, nor the future. Ever.
It’s time, again, to be heard.
Musicians and music have always found ways to inspire hope, drive change, and evolve culture in a positive way. So, let’s get through this crossroads together by uniting in our efforts to wipe out racism.
We hear you. We support you. We stand with you.
James ‘JC’ Curleigh
President & CEO
I got the same thing from Fender
What the actual fuck? Really?PRS posted similar. Everybody is all in on the 'teachable moment'...
Stay close, I'll teach you a bunch of shit you never needed to know..."Soyboys ". A new one on me.
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Same I Tucson..Blacks..White..Hispanic folks cleaning up// Mostly broken glass here..This is the headline for Austin today.
Some Austinites are banding together yet again to clean up after a weekend full of protests.
One man who was cleaning up told Giangreco he participated in the protests, and that it's important to come together to clean up the city.
"This is what we believe in. We believe in our community. We believe in family," the man said. "We've done multiple bags of trash."
People involved in the protests over the weekend got together to help cleanup. I'm not sure why Austin is so different than a lot of other places.
Good to see he took the time to do his hair.Pittsburgh Police are searching for 20-year-old Brian Bartels for breaking the windows out of a Pittsburgh Police car.pittsburgh.cbslocal.com
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