Protest Activist, Renowned Music Artist Darrell Kelley Continues Supporting Families of Police Shooting Victims Across Country
Acclaimed singer/songwriter, Darrell Kelley who is renowned internationally for ushering in a new era of protest music, will be a featured participant of the Demand Truth, Transparency and Accountability March, being held for police shooting victim.
Participating in Truth, Transparency and Accountability March for Fred Cox in Greensboro, NC This Friday
Atlanta, GA – February 24, 2022 – Acclaimed singer/songwriter, Darrell Kelley who is renowned internationally for ushering in a new era of protest music, will be a featured participant of the Demand Truth, Transparency and Accountability March, being held for police shooting victim, Fred Cox in Greensboro, NC.
The Demand Truth, Transparency and Accountability March will be held on Friday, February 25 beginning at 2:00pm, at 200 N. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401.
An independent recording artist and founder of Viral Records, Atlanta, GA-based Kelley, is committed to being a loud and resounding voice against the injustice of police brutality. Over the past three years, Kelley has been gaining global acclaim for his unique activism, due to writing and producing social justice songs and participating in protests focused on bringing awareness to some of the recent victims of questionable killings by police and white supremacists, in the African American community.
Kelley has also brought heightened awareness and attention to protests around the country, by including a black hearse and coffin displaying the names of victims of police brutality or racial injustice, in addition to a 40-inch flat screen television with loudspeakers sharing powerful messages from his personalized songs for each victim.
“I am very concerned that too many of our supposed national leaders are not as impactful or relevant as they should be and I believe using music to affect positive change, is as effective in today’s society, as it has been historically,” says Kelley. “My goal is to help stop police brutality and racism through the use of social conscious music that directly addresses the injustices that continue to happen in the Black community,” says Kelley, who is also the founder of the UWGEAM Ministry.
Fred Cox, 18, was killed by police in November 2020 in Guilford County, NC., during a funeral service and there were no charges filed against the deputy who shot him. The family, which has formed a foundation in honor of Fred Cox, is still demanding answers and further investigation from authorities.
For more information about Darrell Kelley, go to: https://darrellkelleyofficial1.com/
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Published Thu, 24 Feb 2022 13:35:12 -0600