Tribute concert at The Capitol Theatre helps violence victims find their voice



FLINT — Cherisse Bradley has dedicated her life to empowering women by providing creative methods to healing.

“I Found My Voice changed my life,” says participant-turned-facilitator Felicia McGhee.

Impacting the community for five years with her non-profit organization, this year’s tribute concert, Sept. 28, will take place in the newly restored Capitol Theatre. With the community in full support of I Found My Voice, tickets are expected to go fast, said Bradley.

The concert will take place at 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 140 E, 2nd St., Flint.

This tribute concert will feature artists from as far away as London, England and as close as Flint. Artists include Mama Sol, Cherisse Bradley, Lakisha Jones, Kimberly Nichole, Harold Green and Pierre Anthony. Leading up to the tribute concert. I found my voice healing groups for survivors are held every Tuesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Local 432 through September.

The United Way, Community Foundation of Greater Flint, YWCA and the Capitol Theatre would like to show collaborative support and encourage other organizations to attend the concert.

Tickets are available for $30, or $35 at the door. To get tickets early, visit www.thewhiting.com or call 810-237-7333.

Details: Visit www.ifoundmyvoice.org. G.G.


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