Usher, Common To Perform Lynching Memorial Opening Concert

Usher, Common To Perform Lynching Memorial Opening Concert

 

Usher, Common To Perform Lynching Memorial Opening Concert

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A Concert for Peace and Justice with a lineup that includes Usher, Common, The Roots and Kirk Franklin has been announced for the grand opening of a memorial in Alabama to victims of lynching.

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Usher, Common To Perform Lynching Memorial Opening Concert

The memorial overlooking downtown Montgomery is dedicated to racial terror lynchings of African Americans and the legacy of slavery and racial inequality in America.

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