As we approach the second anniversary of the slaying of Trayvon Martin there are still a lot of challenges to face in regards to the search for Justice and Equality.
Only recently, we have witnessed the shenanigans of how justice was served in the Jordon Davis trial, where a black teenager was provoked unnecessarily to his death. We ask ourselves how many other circumstances that run parallel to these two cases, throughout, and have never seen the light of day when it comes to national and international publicity.
Yes, racism is still alive and kicking. Steel Pulse was hoping never again to feel the need to emphasize such a "humanitarian setback." David Hinds, the lead vocalist to the band quotes, "I've been passionate about this case from the very beginning. I always knew the outcome would divide America. But to watch the verdict unfold that day, Saturday July 13th 2013, gave the 'unlucky number thirteen' a whole different meaning."
"We see it necessary to keep the spirit of Trayvon very much alive by presenting this video. It would be good, whether rain or shine, if you all had your hoodies on while watching it. It's Love and Justice through Music!
03.20 - Telluride, CO - Telluride Conference Center
03.21 - Aspen, CO - Belly Up
03.22 - Park City, UT - The Canyons Ski Resort
03.23 - Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater
03.24 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre
03.26 - Bozeman, MT - Emerson Cultural Center
03.27 - Missoula, MT - Top Hat Lounge & Casino
03.28 - Teton Village, WY - Jackson Hole Ski Resort
04.18 - Atlanta, GA - Centennial Olympic Park
05.09 - Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory
05.10 - San Diego, CA - OMBAC Beach Music Fest
05.11 - Solana Beach, CA - Belly Up Tavern
05.23 - Monterey, CA - California Roots Festival - Monterey County Fairgrounds
05.24 - Santa Cruz, CA - The Catalyst