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HRI:UNArts Global Collaboration - FeedingAmerica.org - Reliefweb.int

Sounds of Blackness has entered into a strategic partnership with the nonprofit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI), led by writer, composer, artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow.

 
 
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PRLog - Oct. 20, 2011 - In a world full of challenges, hope and inspiration is one of our greatest needs.  - Country Music Association/ASCAP Artist H-II Stephen Michael Apatow.

Sounds of Blackness has entered into a strategic partnership with the nonprofit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI), led by writer, composer, artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow. HRI is planning a series of promotional events and PSAs for the United Nations Arts Initiative to support humanitarian relief operations in the U.S. and abroad. The group's video, "Fly Again", is currently featured on the UN Arts website, www.unarts.org, and will be part of the organization’s "Arts Integration Into Education" project. “Sounds of Blackness, through its latest single release, ‘Fly Again,’ has provided the world with an uplifting message of hope, and inspiration for artists and members of the entertainment industry that have taken the lead in solution oriented humanitarian relief efforts in 192 countries, in cooperation with the United Nations Arts Initiative,” said Apatow. --  Malaco Music Group Recording Artists The Sounds of Blackness Releases 10th CD on 40th Anniversary: 17 October 2011.

The Humanitarian Resource Institute United Nations Arts Initiative would like you to join our National Campaign to Support Local Food Banks through Feeding America and the National Food Bank Network, as we enter into this Thanksgiving and Holiday Season.

HRI: UNArts Global Education, Policy Development and Relief Efforts in support of humanitarian operations are being coordinated in cooperation with needs analysis provided by Reliefweb: Countries and Emergencies.

For additional information, visit the HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative web site at:

http://www.unarts.org

Watch the Official Video "Fly Again" on You Tube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2c2QyYXr5g





For media inquiries and interviews, please contact:

Stephen Michael Apatow
CEO, Humanitarian Resource Institute
Humanitarian University Consortium Graduate Studies
Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Law

Founder, United Nations Arts Initiative
Artist: Country Music Association
Member/Publisher: American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
Speaker: International Association of Speakers Bureaus

Phone: (203) 668-0282
Email: s.m.apatow@unarts.org

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The Humanitarian Resource Institute United Nations Arts Initiative "Promoting the arts as a vehicle for solution oriented strategic planning and development across the globe."

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