Iconic artists to raise awareness of systemic racism
Iconic guitarist Robby Krieger of The Doors and 13-language soprano Maki Mae join forces to accelerate mental health and medical care for hate crime survivors, and expand social justice programming to end anti-Asian violence. The free livestream on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 9th at 5 pm ET is hosted on the Asian Hall of Fame website.
Guests may purchase event merchandise and participate in the Asian Hall of Fame GoFundMe. Donations are matched up to $250,000 by the Robert Chinn Foundation. Limited supply of VIP tickets include autographed gifts and signed event memorabilia.
“Seasonal Songbook: Tokyo Mother’s Day Concert” is part of a multi-city virtual tour presented by the Asian Hall of Fame 2021 Season. Its Stop Asian Hate Campaign supports hate crime survivors and educates the public through exhibits, forums, concerts, and other equity initiatives. Events are virtual, free and offer a VIP tier on the Asian Hall of Fame website.
Established in 2004, Asian Hall of Fame is the world’s leading organization of Asian recognition. It advocates for more than four billion Asians, Asian American Pacific Islanders, and indigenous tribes. Asian Hall of Fame fosters year-round support to advance digital equity, gender equality, and Asian inclusion in national narratives. Inductees include martial arts icon Bruce Lee, Olympic skating champion Kristi Yamaguchi, and many other significant leaders.
The virtual music tour will take place virtually in three cities globally, including:
May 9 at 5 pm PT: A Special Mother’s Day Tokyo Concert
July 17 at 9 pm PT: Seattle Concert
September 18 at 9 pm PT: Los Angeles Concert