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NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CHORAL FESTIVAL
Trip to Washington, DC 

You can make a difference by donating today to African Americans Renewing Interest in Spirituals Ensemble, Incorporated (A R I S E) using GoFundMe. ARISE exists to renew interest in Spirituals through music and the spoken word by educating people of all cultures about the significance of Spirituals, from the Underground Railroad to the Civil Rights Movement. ARISE is made up of voices in Kansas who are dedicated to the uplifting, sharing history and inspiring peace through song and storytelling.

 

ARISE has been invited to provide our special style of musical tribute for the National Memorial Day Choral Festival in Washington, DC. The program salutes America's Military and Fallen Heroes. It is sponsored by the American Veterans Center-World War II Veterans Committee and National Vietnam Veterans Committee; and Music Celebrations International Concert Tours with Integrity. Join us as we make the sojourn to take our message to Washington, DC. Your support is greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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Honoring Heroes & Sheroes
2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast

"A Salute to Valor"

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Supporters of       ARISE

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Kansas State Treasurer's Office

City of Wichita

Sedgwick County

United Instruments, Inc.

USD 259

WSU Office of Diversity & Inclusion

WSU Military Veteran Service

St. James Episcopal Church

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Support ARISE as we tell American history in song.

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ONE FAMILY: A Celebration of Brotherhood in Story & Song, St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Fort Smith, Arkansas. The Concert begins at about 1:05:00.