Webb one of 30 stops on national Rock for Human Rights 2018 Tour
Rock For Human Rights, founded in 2011 to educate the public about human rights, has scheduled an Oct. 15 performance at The Webb School as one of 30 stops on its national tour. The performance is set for 2:20 p.m. in the Follin Chapel on campus. The event is free and open to the public. Donations to the organization can be made at the performance.
The national tour spans Oct. 1-30 in celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The organization’s publicity notes that the group has “the purpose of broadly educating the public on the 30 human rights that everyone on earth has, according to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, passed by the UN over 60 years ago.”
The group offers an educational booklet “Know Your Rights” that states “In order to make these 30 rights a reality in the real world, the first step is to make sure that everyone knows that they exist, what they are, and understands how they apply to life.” The rights are listed with explanations in the booklet.
For more information about Rock for Human Rights and the booklet, visit www.rockforhumanrights.org.