Baltimore, MD, March 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Black Voices: From Chains to Change is a journey of rhyme & rhythm with soundbites from our historical civil rights icons delivering the power and passion that changed the world. The Qompilation includes words of wisdom, empowerment, encouragement, and enlightenment from Afeni Shakur, Malcolm X, Angela Davis, Nelson Mandela, President Barak and First Lady Michelle Obama, & Dr Martin Luther King Jr., set to celestial sounds. Spoken word pieces and historical vignettes bring the Qompilation together inspiring our children, reminding them their mission in this world is to know themselves and their place amongst all humanity.
On February 23, 2014, each student at ConneXions Community Arts School in Baltimore MD received a copy of the compilation in honor of Black Heritage Month. The Dean of Students, Mr. Sydney Brooks is infinitely grateful to Sun Q Moon Qreative Partnership for its generous contribution. He stresses, "This is definitely what we need."
Music producer, Ra'MaleeQ Moon of Sun Q Moon Qreative Partnership (a music and book production and publishing firm in Baltimore MD) designed the compilation as a means to remind us all that the work of our foremothers and forefathers is not in vain, especially in light of the recent controversy surrounding the inappropriate use of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's & Malik El Hajj Shabazz's (Malcom X) images to promote twerk parties and the usage of the word nigga. Mr. Moon emphasizes, "The world community, not just black or white, all ethnicities need enlightenment and empowerment. Music has always been the most influential medium to promote and propel people to change. I am continuously inspired by the passion and persistence of our forebears, and so I share my inspiration through musical creations, simply because we need it. Music is food. Sun Q Moon is here to serve the hungry and the thirsty and Black Voices is the best of organic selestial soul food, this month, next month, all year long, forever." Mr. Moon reminds that this mission continues until every student in the state of Maryland has a copy; he expresses his gratitude for the generosity of the community and asks that donations continue.
Black Voices: From Chains to Change is made possible by The Law Offices of Warren A. Brown & James Rhodes, EsQ, both of Baltimore, MD.
Visit www.chains2change.org to purchase or donate a copy of Black Voices: From Chains to Change. Each purchase guarantees that a student will receive a copy simultaneously. Black Voices is also available as a low cost and hassle-free institutional fundraiser.