"The most promising part of any community is its children, and so if we can allow people to channel their feelings into productive actions that help our children then we win all around," Webb said.
The Burden is from 6-8 p.m., and the show begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. Entry is free, and donations can be made in person at the event, or online. For more information, you can visit the event's Facebook page.
"We want to commune with other Detroit residents... we are one," Webb said. "There should be safe space to share our burdens and, with each other's support, lay them down."
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