The two-day-event came about in Denver, C.O on Oct. 13-14.
Using their platform to make a distinction, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats hosted a rally and live performance in partnership with Rateliff's basis, The Marigold Project, bringing hundreds of individuals collectively for his Not One More occasion in Denver, Colorado, over the weekend.
Partnering with a neighborhood nonprofit neighborhood, the two-day-event was centered on listening to straight from native college students and nationwide advocates whereas participating in considerate conversations and workshops on the way to finish gun violence.
The rally featured highly effective statements like 11-year-old scholar Oli Caudill who forcefully shared, “Being in a position to make use of my voice and share my expertise of what it means to develop up continually worrying a couple of shooter coming to my faculty is all I can do. I can't vote. We want grown-ups to really hearken to what we’re saying, and to help us like Nathaniel Rateliff is. We’re relying on adults to guard us.”
On his initiative and utilizing his platform to start out much-needed conversations, Rateliff mentioned “I actually need to see some adjustments so individuals received't be shedding their lives to weapons. We are right here to assist elevate up voices on this subject."
Rateliff & The Night Sweats have been joined on stage by Kam Franklin of The Suffers, native band Los Mocochetes and the Denver Children’s Choir. Check out some images from the occasion under.