FLOW 93-5 and DJ Charlie B are excited to announceDJs United Against Racism – a 12-hour commercial free fundraiser to benefit Toronto’s Black Health Alliance (BHA) on Friday, July 10, 2020.
Kicking off at noon, the fundraiser will be co-hosted by FLOW 93-5’s Blake Carter, Peter Kash, Ricochet as well as Toronto’s own DJ Charlie B and will feature 24 of Toronto and North America’s biggest DJs donating their time and using their platforms to raise funds for BHA.
Throughout the day we will have interviews with key Torontonians/Canadians including Mike “Pinball” Clemons, GM, Toronto Argos; Hal Johnson, Body Break; Ruth Deverell, Founder, Vision TV and Canadian Shoe Designer, Dr Liza Egbodah to name a few, who will speak to the current state of the world and talk about what they are doing in their lives in the fight against anti-black racism.
“The time is now to step up and condemn anti-black racism in Toronto and give our listeners a chance to support one of Toronto’s most lauded charities: The Black Health Alliance,” said General Manager Steve Parsons.
Donations will be accepted online at flow935.com, by phone and SMS. In addition, pre-determined ‘match’ hours will encourage FLOW 93-5 listeners and social followers to open their hearts and wallets and make a contribution to this worthy cause.
About Black Health Alliance:
Black Health Alliance is a community led charity focused on improving the health and well-being of Black communities in Canada. Their mission is to reduce the racial disparities in health outcomes and promote health and well-being for people from the diverse Black communities with emphasis on the broad determinants of health, including racism.
Established in 2000, they have helped to expand community services for Black communities, founding TAIBU Community Health Centre in 2008. Currently they lead work to remove barriers and increase access to mental health and addictions supports for Black children, youth and their families in six cities across southern Ontario.
About FLOW 93-5:
FLOW 93-5 Toronto is Canada’s first and ONLY Hip Hop radio station and the home of The Breakfast Club. Born out of a community based push in 2001, Flow 93-5 has been committed to Toronto’s Hip Hop community for almost 20 years! FLOW 93-5’s core artists are not only hip-hop’s biggest stars, they are global celebrities breaking sales records and dominating the charts. Drake, The Weeknd, Cardi B, Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar and Post Malone are part of our musical foundation.
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