Former Chelsea football player Paul Canoville, is delighted to have become an ambassador for LMHR. It’s a campaign very close to his heart and with recent incidents of racial abuse resurfacing in football stadiums as well as broader society, he was eager to roll his sleeves up and get involved.
The Paul Canoville Foundation, which helps improve the lives of young people by equipping them with essential life-skills, will support the upcoming campaign. Paul’s involvement will entail working with our partners and youth organisations to encourage young people along to the UN World Racism Day march and rally on Saturday March 16th.
“As a long time member of love music hate racism , it’s an honor to have Paul working with us and giving his time to this really worthwhile campaign .”
– Paul Samuels
The #LMHR stall will be on Sunday 16th December and will include our iconic t-shirts, beanie hats, tote bags, badges and much more. Come check it out and pick up the perfect festive gifts.
The Karamel Club in Wood Green has become the latest London venue to hold a Love Music Hate Racism gig. The ‘launch party’ for the North London LMHR group is taking place on 8pm on Friday 30th November at 4 Coburg Road, London N22 6UJ.
“Join us in a celebration of diversity and anti-rascim though the power of music. Help us put on an unforgettable launch party. We want to bring people from different backgrounds together and turn local music fans into activists!”
Artists already confirmed include DEE TOPPING and TAMARA GABRIEL with more DJs and acts to be announced. You can purchase tickets for the event at https://tinyurl.com/y7pr7wg9