Solidarity Notes Labour Choir is a group of
activists who know that music is more than
pleasurable sound. It's a powerful language
to educate and connect us and remind us of our
strength and history. Throughout history,
struggles for labour and human rights have
produced music that inspires and reconnects us to
hope and possibility.
We practice on
Sundays with choir director, Earle Peach. For
further information phone Call Carol Crabtree
604-730-6906 or email her at General
Information or you can check the choir's practice
schedule on the webpage Choir
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We, The Solidarity
Notes Labour Choir, are a group of people who share a
progressive labour, political and social agenda, and who
advance this agenda through our dedication to singing
Our goals are:
To give voice to the
wealth of progressive music from different current and
historical struggles around the world.
To inspire each other
and those with us in struggle to believe, to fight, and
to have hope.
To show solidarity
with those in struggle, no matter how large or small the
audience or the venue, and regardless of their ability
To bring together
activists and supporters from different movements to
work together and learn about one another.
Through our collective
will, to take specific actions to better the world.