September 22, 2009
7:30 p.m.


University Center Ballroom
Tagged: Collaboration Project, I Can Make Change

Amnesty’s “Make Noise: Our Campaign for Human Rights”


A concert to benefit human rights and social justice causes.

$5 AU students; $7 Non AU (available at Panthertainment booth and at door)

In an effort to raise awareness about some of the causes Amnesty International at Adelphi has been involved with, the club has decided to kick off the year by hosting a concert, “Make Noise: Our Campaign for Human Rights,” on September 22nd, Adelphi University, Garden City Campus. The featured bands include: Score 24, Overdrive Ostrich, Psycho Rainbow, C.H.I.N.X., and Jacob Vanags. Proceeds from the concert will go to various causes the bands represent (including Invisible Children, Save Darfur, Doctors Without Partners, Global Goods Partners, etc.) Tickets will be $5 for AU students and $7 for all Non-AU participants, and will be sold in the Panthertainment booth all week! So come out and support your favorite human rights organization…and have a great time doing it!

About Amnesty at Adelphi:
Amnesty International is a human rights organization that focuses on raising awareness about, preventing, and stopping human rights abuses that occur around the world. The chapter at Adelphi is very involved in causes including Invisible Children, Save Darfur, Global Goods Partners and others. We have raised thousands of dollars for various causes, and brought attention to issues involving Fair Trade and Women’s Rights. Among the various ways to raise awareness about human rights, music has been a particularly powerful medium. Musicians around the globe have been active in the human rights movement for decades, including U2, Fall Out Boy, Audio Slave, the Killers, Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay, Dashboard Confessionals, Greenday, Jack’s Mannequin, Jane’s Addiction, Maroon 5, Nickelback, Rage Against the Machine, REM, Serj Tankian, Sting, System of a Down, The Cure, The Police, etc. The bands that have volunteered to play at our event will be performing covers and well as original songs that highlight the human rights issues addressed by Amnesty.

For more information on this event, please contact:
Joanna Kurylo at
Stephanie Lake at or 516.877.4941

Tagged: Collaboration Project, I Can Make Change
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