Come join in the positive singing energy of resistance with hundreds of others from all areas of the city in a flash mob singing the powerful and uplifting, affirming anthem “Quiet” by singing artist, Milck, that has taken the world by storm, ever since she and a small ensemble of gifted women sang it at the Women’s March in DC!
The local Philly area branch of the national organization, Indivisible, has organized a city-wide call to this global day of singing resistance – part of a growing singing revolution in order to resist the destructive and oppressive regime now in place in DC. NO previous singing experience required.
“There will be TWO flash mob opportunities, in which we hope hundreds will gather to “spontaneously” sing the song “Quiet” by Milck.
1:00 p.m. inside the main hall of The Free Library of Philadelphia
2:00 p.m. on the steps of The Art Museum
“Quiet” is a very powerful and rhythmically contagious anthem that was first heard as the only piece of music at the Women’s March in DC. Since then it has gone viral and thousands of people have performed it in their towns and cities as a sign of solidarity and strength, empowering the voices of women (men and youth!!) throughout the world.
The artist, MILCK, who composed and arranged this piece has declared April 8th as International #Ican’tkeepquiet Day, encouraging any and all people to sing this song at 1 PM in their own time zones on that day.
Here is a great link to sing along with and become familiar with this song:
For our Philadelphia flash mobs, organized by the powerful social-justice organization, Indivisible, come join Holly Phares, Jane Hulting, from Voices Rising Philly, and hundreds of others (including many Indivisible members, friends, and the incredible girls from Sister Cities Girlchoir, led by Alysia Lee), who have already been rehearsing this song to join in this wonderful energy that we so desperately need right now to keep the energy lifted and the resistance strong and positive!”