Grammy winner, Pharrell Williams continues his visit to the Holy City on Monday, November 2.
He is expected to host a town hall meeting that will focus on race relations in America.
The town hall will take place at Emanuel A.M.E. Church.
This comes one day after his moving performance at the AME Church when he sang with the church’s gospel choir for a special Sunday worship service.
During the service, Pharrell sang one of this songs called “Freedom.”
Parishioners said they felt the message was fitting for the Holy City to hear.
Pharrell is in town with A&E and iHeartmedia to start a National conversation on race equality which is being filmed by A&E for their “Shining a light: A concert for progress on race in America.”
The special will include Pharrell’s performance at Emanuel AME and will air on Lifetime and A&E on November 20th at 8:00 p.m.
Other Events with Pharrell Williams:
Pharrell Williams to Visit Backpack Journalists at Sanders-Clyde Elementary
(PRESS RELEASE) – We are pleased to announce that Grammy winning singer/songwriter Pharrell Williams will visit Sanders-Clyde today at 1 p.m. to meet with our Backpack Journalist students.
Media partners are welcome, but please contact Karen Black if you will be attending.
WHO: Grammy winning singer/songwriter Pharrell Williams, and ABC News New York crew.
WHAT: Meeting and interview with Backpack Journalist students from Sanders-Clyde Elementary.
WHERE: Sanders-Clyde Elementary media center; 805 Morrison Drive, Charleston, SC 29403.
WHEN: Today, Monday, November 2, 2015 at 1:00 p.m.
(Media partners, arrive by 12:45 p.m. to be cleared at the front office.)