37th Athens Human Rights Festival Schedule

Hey there,
Here is the, hopefully, final schedule for the  37th Annual Athens Human Rights Festival this weekend. Please join us for a fantastic weekend of speakers discussing topics important to everyone on the planet and a fantastic lineup of music.
Anyone interested in helping erect the stage please come by College Square (College Ave. & Broad St.) around 6 pm until midnight tonight. We will need help taking down the stage after the festival ends on Sunday. We also need volunteers during the festival selling
T-shirts, handing out tabloids, helping with the kids area, etc, etc. There is always something you can do to help, just see me or any of the AHRF members at the side of the stage or under the T-shirt tent.

37TH ATHENS HUMAN RIGHTS FESTIVAL • MAY 2-3, 2015 •

COLLEGE SQUARE (College Ave & Broad St.)
SATURDAY MAY 2ND:
Kids and Youth Program
10:00 am- 11:20 am Montessori Singers with Mary Wooten and the Woopets
11:30 am-1:00 pm Girls with Guitars1:00 pm Festival welcome/ Music: Craig Rafuse
1:30 pm Music: Battle of the Bands Winner: Feedback
1:55 pm Speakers: Casa de Amistad/Freedom University
2:05 pm Music: Battle of the Bands Winner: Solid Ground
2:35 pm Speakers: Undocumented Students Alliance/Open Mic
3:00 pm Music: Benjamin Floyd
3:30 pm Speakers: ULEAD/Colors of Connection
4:00 pm Music: Tongues
4:30 pm Speakers: Georgia Care Project/Habitat for Humanity
4:55 pm Music: Mr. Jordan & Mr. Tonks
5:25 pm Speakers: Millard Farmer, Activist Attorney
Deb Beacham, My Advocate Center
5:45 pm Music: Let it Rip
6:45 pm Speakers: Professor Emeritus Eugene Wilkes/UGA Law School
7:00 pm Music: Shadow Executives
7:50 pm Speakers: Project Safe
8:00 pm Music: Reverend Tribble and the Deacons
9:00 pm Speakers: Lambda Alliance
9:10 pm Divas
10:00 pm Speakers: Sasha
10:10 pm Music:  JGBCB  Jerry Garcia Band Cover Band

SUNDAY MAY 3RD:
2:00 pm Welcome Music: Repent at Leisure
2:30 pm Music: Art Rosenbaum
2:50 pm Speakers: Interfaith Hospitality Network /Jubilee Partners
3:05 pm Speakers: Tyrone Brooks /  Adam Veale
3:25 pm Speakers: Community Connection/Family Connection /Open mic
3:40 pm Music: Percy Sledgehammer
4:10 pm Speakers: Georgia Conflict Center /Economic Justice Coalition
4:30 pm Music: Breathlanes
5:00 pm Speakers: Melissa Link/ACC Commissioner/Women in Black
5:20 pm Music: Dangfly
6:00 pm Speakers: Athens-Clarke Co. NAACP/Life the Griot
6:20 pm Music: Squalls
7:10 pm Speakers: Athens for Everyone
7:20 pm Music: Ralph Roddenbery
8:15 pm Featured Speakers: Philip Lee Williams, Author
Ed Tant, Columnist Athens Banner-Herald
8:45 pm Music: Abbey Road Live! All-Star Review

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