04 Apr United We Stand Earth Week
Free and Equal Elections Foundation & Co-Host Heartland Communities
Holds United We Stand Concert in Indiana
~ First Stop ~ United We Stand Tour ~ as Centerpiece of Fort Wayne Earth Week
A Celebration of People, Planet and a chance to Prosper
April 27, 2019 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm
1400 Griffin St, Fort Wayne, IN 46803
For information contact Rowan F Greene 260-442-5538
Hello friends and supporters of Free and Equal. You are cordially invited to our latest United We Stand concert. We are celebrating Earth Day in Fort Wayne, Indiana in cooperation with Heartland Communities. If you would like to participate–either as talent, production crew, sponsor, or as a spectator–please reply to this email.
The United We Stand Concert, created by a national nonprofit organization Free and Equal Elections, is a music festival designed to connect students and youth with thought leaders and musicians of our time. The organizers at Free and Equal Elections are bringing nationally popular bands and Heartland Communities is bringing local bands to Fort Wayne for this free event. Music will be interspersed with cutting edge thought leaders speaking on important issues we face today and in the future.
This April 22, 2019 is the 49th Earth Day with events in nearly 200 countries. Fort Wayne will celebrate an entire Earth Week from Monday April 22 through Tuesday the 30th with many events and opportunities to engage the public, private, and grassroots sectors in bringing a message of environmental awareness to Northeast Indiana. Heartland Communities hosts a calendar of community events that make Earth Week a united Fort Wayne-wide campaign. Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry will open the first event on April 22 with a proclamation declaring Earth Week 2019!
About Heartland Communities
The mission of the Stewards of Heartland Communities is to build communities that are economically, culturally, and environmentally restorative through community and economic development activities. We provide training and educational programs, worker collective entrepreneurship facilitation, cooperative systems, and community economics education.
Founded in 1998, the Heartland Communities is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Learn more about their current work in a recent article published by Living Fort Wayne magazine.