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Bringing together communities through music

Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) uses the energy and vibrancy of the music scene to promote unity and celebrate diversity through education and events. Our message is simple, there is more that unites us than divides us; and nothing demonstrates this more than music.

Whatever the genre, music is living testimony to the fact that cultures can and do mix. Music has the power to unite, to give strength and to effect positive social change.

Racism, on the other hand, weakens us; it creates barriers and turns friends and neighbours against one another. Sadly, racism is on the rise in the UK and internationally. We believe that if we work together we can harness the power of music to stop this destructive force in its tracks.

LMHR is kicking off its 2019 activity with a fortnight of coordinated activities in the run up to United Nations Anti-Racism day on the 21st March 2019.  

Our aim is to use the power of music to bring together individuals and communities in a beautiful resistance against bigotry and hatred. Join the movement. Get involved. Subscribe to our mailing list. Follow us on social media.

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Love Music Hate Racism’s positive campaign ‘Beautiful Resistance’ will run for a fortnight between the dates of 8th – 22nd March 2019. These dates coincide with the UN Anti-Racism Day international demonstration on 16th March 2019. The fortnight period will involve coordinated activities across different major industries (music, sport, art and education). There are a […]

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