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Stop the Hate: Youth Sing Out! - Middle School Student song performances
Culminating performances of the songs written by middle school students for the Stop the Hate: Youth Sing Out! contest. In partnership with the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Directed by teaching artists from Roots of American Music, classes from Dike School of the Arts, Orchard STEM, Newton D. Baker School of the Arts, Heritage Middle School, Garfield Middle School and Harding Middle School perform original songs they have written about tolerance, inclusion, diversity, anti-bias, anti-bullying and anti-hate. A total of 17 songs will be performed with 467 students participating.
Free and open to the public on the Rock Hall’s Klipsch Main Stage on the lobby level.
Regular admission required to enter and visit the museum exhibits and the rest of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
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Read more about Stop the Hate: Youth Sing Out at www.maltzmuseum.org/blog/youth-sing-out/.
1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard, Cleveland, OH 44114
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