Updates from July 2021—music video, concert updates, a special thanks, and more!
Updates as of 6/10/21:
-Over half the tickets for the Community Action Conference and Concert have been claimed! This means over 100 people are already planning to go, and we’re still 128 days out. You’ll want to grab your ticket before it’s gone! Find tickets here.
-Our YouTube channel has hit 145 subscribers, and our top video reached over 12,000 people. Whoa! Thank you so much to everyone who supports our music! (If you’d like to help us out, mind hitting that subscribe button? Once we get 1000 subscribers and 4000 public watch hours, we can take steps to monetize our videos so we can use those funds to support community organizations.)
-We’re days away from releasing the music video for By Love’s Hand. It comes out on June 12th, and we can’t wait to share it with you!
Dropping a quick announcement that our first music video, Angel Wife, is out on YouTube!
If you enjoyed the video, feel free to click through so you can like, comment, and subscribe!
If you follow the links in the video description (or click here) and buy the song, the proceeds will go to fund our organization.
Ask almost anybody and they’ll tell you—unity is out of reach. There are hate crimes, and people dying on the streets, and lives trapped by the horrors of poverty, abuse, and addiction. What’s worse, all anybody seems to do about it is argue. How can we expect people to unify?
We’d like to challenge that.
People on all sides of the political spectrum claim that American unity is dead.
But here at We ’73, we’re fighting for it harder than ever.
If you’ve been following us for a while, you may have noticed that our social media posts are tagged #ByLovesHand. Let’s talk about what that means.
In the series of current events America is facing, it seems as the ‘United States of America’ has become the ‘Divided States of America.’ Through many actions, protests, and violent attacks, the American people have created an invisible boundary between themselves, one that wasn’t there before.
To me, unity is about having a new perspective. I can hardly describe this new perspective in words alone, so let me tell you a story.
The United States of America: a place where squabbling children masquerade as adults, hypocrisy is often just a fact of life, and disagreement is a constant looming companion.
One might find themselves wondering how unity and fellowship can be achieved in this kill or be killed environment.