Nashville, TN, January 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Recognizing the global need for human rights education, the Church of Scientology works with community groups, human rights agencies and others to educate the leaders of tomorrow, in part because the founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, said, “Human rights must be made a fact, not an idealistic dream.”
The Nashville Church of Scientology is unique in that it also has a special mission to help artists as a Celebrity Centre. So in honor of human and civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Church will host a special songwriters’ night for Freedom on Jan 19th.
“Songwriters in Nashville can always find a home here,” says President of the church Melissa Pennington, “we open our hall for music seminars and workshops, talent showcases and even jam sessions.”
The songwriters’ night will begin at 7 pm. There will be four rounds with 12-16 artists performing original tunes of freedom, justice and human rights.
The Church will also be showcasing a human rights program called Youth for Human Rights in its Public Information Center. There will be booklets and public service announcements describing the 30 universal human rights.
This exhibit and writers’ night is free and open to the public, and all musicians and artists are welcome to the writers’ night to perform on MLK Day, Jan 19, at 7pm. For more information, call Julie Brinker at 615-687-4600.