Tomorrow: Rich Kidd & JellyTooFly perform at F-You Project book launch [News]
Toronto, ON – The F-You: The Forgiveness Project team will be releasing their second book tomorrow, Sunday, Nov. 23 at the 87 Elm Street Auditorium. The free event starts at 3 p.m. and will celebrate the release of the organization’s second release in their series on forgiveness, this time focusing on Grief, Loss and Acceptance. In the book, “25 young authors told their stories of divorce, betrayal, death and more… finding peace in the process.”
To help celebrate the book launch, Toronto’s Rich Kidd and JellyTooFly will be giving exclusive performances featuring some of their latest releases. Also, the word is Jelly will have a special guest joining her for her set so look out for that. The book will be available at the event as well as access to some of the contributing authors. There will be a trivia segment as well with lots of prizes to give away!
HipHopCanada’s founder and Editor-In-Chief Jesse Plunkett also has a story featured in the book. Click here to order your copy now. There will be lots available at the event!
Grief, Loss and Acceptance
The F-You Project’s commitment to creating a supportive environment for young people to tell the story of their deepest hurts is an inspiration. A more peaceful world starts with each of us finding a safe place to let go of our pain, anger and resentment. F-You and their remarkable community-building do exactly that.
Tutu Global Forgiveness Challenge
F-You: The Forgiveness Project is a social initiative that encourages the reflection of forgiveness towards ourselves and others. We feature speakers and writers who have crossed the line from victim to survivor, finding peace in the process.
Grief, Loss, and Acceptance is the second in a series of books featuring words and experiences on loss, death, trauma and restoration. This book is empowering, gritty and honest—just like the human process of forgiveness. All pieces are submitted in the hopes of making a difference.
Click here to order your copy now.
“The F-You Project’s commitment to creating a supportive environment for young people to tell the story of their deepest hurts is an inspiration. A more peaceful world starts with each of us finding a safe place to let go of our pain, anger and resentment. F-You and their remarkable community-building do exactly that.” – Desmond Tutu, Global Forgiveness Challenge
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