Harlem World Magazine loves our readers who are doing the right thing, and the organizers of the donate a hoodie for free admission to a great concert is fabulous!
As we all know music brings people together. That’s why lead singer of the punk rock band Cro-Mags in the 80s, John Joseph of Bloodclot, along with Hoodies for the Homeless and Push Method gathered forces in an event to help those in need. Joseph will also perform a personal reading from his book The Evolution of a Cro-Magnon about growing up in foster care in New York City.
It doesn’t better than this!
Friday, September 15, 2017, 6:30 pm EST
Overthrow, 256 Grand Street, Brooklyn, New York, https://overthrownyc.com/
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