3rd Annual Philly Stand Up Youth Parade

Philly Stand Up Collective is proud to present our third annual Philly Stand Up Youth Parade: Bands That Make Them Dance! We believe music is a powerful and universal tool that unites youth, family, and surrounding communities. Philly Stand Up Youth Parade was inspired out of providing interactive programs and activities for youth to be productive, and prevent violence, truancy, bullying, and all sorts of crimes. Philly Stand Up and our community supporters encourages youth leadership, and creativity to the teen ambassadors of tomorrow. This year Philly Stand Up Youth Parade: Bands That Make Them Dance is happening on Saturday August 9th, 2014 form 11-8pm. We are taking an enjoyable walk starting at Love Park to make a statement that youth and young adults do care about their community. During the duration of the parade, drum line bands, live music, performances, speakers, and spoken word artists is what will take Broad Street by storm!! From there we will end off at Broad and Erie for our dynamic live concert of poets, emcees, speakers, and dancers ! We are doing an People to People Philly Stand Up Food Drive to feed the many 100’s of youth and young adults that will courageously take a walk for better change in Philadelphia. With the support of the community, we believe phenomenal things can happen. All donations are welcomed!
If you have any questions about the event please contact Keturah Caesar at 267-237-5127 or keturahqiturah@gmail.com
Questions about the food drive contact
Malika Love Lace at 215-375-4437 or malikalovelace@gmail.com The Philly Stand Up Collective is excited and ready for this year extraordinarily event!20140707-153812-56292821.jpg



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