The Twin Cities Labor Chorus plans to get loud at the library during its annual summer concert July 26, billed as a “night of song, solidarity and rediscovering the power of raising our voices together.”
- What: The Fourth Annual Twin Cities Labor Sing
- When: 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 26
- Where: East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier St.
The concert will include a freewill collection, with donations supporting the work of the non-profit East Side Freedom Library and the AFL-CIO Community Services programs of the St. Paul and Minneapolis regional labor federations.
The Twin Cities Labor Chorus is made of union members, allies and retirees who join together to exercise the power of music and communal singing. The group sings at rallies and picket lines, at labor events, and in support of social justice campaigns throughout the Twin Cities. The chorus receives funding from local unions and the Minnesota Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment.