School Everywhere! (Lèkòl Toupatou! in Haitian Kréyol) has recorded 592 Hours of Lessons for first-year students in Haiti. Artists outside Haiti have contributed Tracks to help with the learning.
The source for Lèkol
Toupatou! is Madame
Franck Paul's 243-page
text book in four languages, Mon LIvre Unique.
Students at the Ecole Foyer Espoir school in Port-au-Prince with their Principal, Jonathand Saintiné.
Students from the Foyer Espoir Pour les Enfants orphanage with their instruments in the house of FEPE's founder, Marie-Jo Poux.
Herlin Riley, Germaine Bazzle, and Maryse Philippe Déjean at ceremony for New Orleans City Council's declaring Germaine Bazzle Day. SUFC helped along this
recognition of the great singer and musician, Ms. Germaine.
SUFC REVIEW 2021
Sticking Up For Children Productionsand International Radio
present several albums to change the world in 2020.
You can hear and download SEVENTH SUN on bandcamp here.
You can read 18 Appreciations of Kidd by musicians and/or writers here.
You can view the 4-page booklet that went to concert-goers at the New Orleans Jazz Museum here.
Sticking Up For Children has a Double-LP of SEVENTH SUN and a 12-page
booklet about Kidd and the concert in the works. Write to us at SUFC2077@
gmail.com if you'd like to pre-order. The Double-LP is $20 and the full-color booklet is $10, shipping within North America included (add $5 for Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and Australia.)
Proceeds benefit the Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong Summer Jazz Camp, the Kidd Jordan Institute for Jazz and Modern Music, Sticking Up For Children, and the five musicians of Rivers of Dreams (Roger, Carl, Herlin, Kirk, and Michael) who played in the concert.