BROOKLYN BORN GOSPEL CONCERT TO BENEFIT LESS AIDS LESOTHO

Englewood, NJ – (May 30, 2011) – Brooklyn Born Gospel Concert presents their First Annual Gospel Concert – Friday, June 3, 2011, 6pm-9pm at the LGBT Center 208 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10013.

The lineup will include Middle Collegiate Church Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir, gospel recording artist Darryl Anderson and youth performers.

Billed as an evening of inspirational music, the concert will benefit Less AIDS Lesotho and The Savion Fund. Brooklyn Born Gospel Concert’s mission is to encourage LGBT people to use gospel music as a source of inspiration. “We are aware of the damage some churches have done in the past. However, we feel healing is accessible and ongoing. Therefore, we believe listening to gospel music together in a safe space will open new possibilities for LGBT people to continue growing spiritually. It is our service to remind our communities God is good all the time,” said Kele Nkhereanye, co-founder Less AIDS Lesotho, a non-profit organization to help children, women and men infected/affected with HIV/AIDS.

About Less AIDS Lesotho Less AIDS Lesotho was first registered in New York State as a nonprofit organization to support grassroots organizations in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Lesotho and now it is also registered in Lesotho to support efforts that help prevent the spread of HIV and to increase access to treatment, care, and support among vulnerable teenage mothers living with HIV/AIDS.

For tickets, please contact; Renee Boyd 1917-578-6681 or brklynbornstore@aol.com, Kele Nkhereanye 1347-608-5176 or lessaids@yahoo.com

For press interviews, please contact Aziza Public Relations 917-916-8393 azizapr@gmail.com

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