Listen and learn about Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights featuring an interview with Wil Seabrook, Musician, Writer and Founder of Rock for Human Rights. Wil shares experiences and realizations from his own marriage along with lines from his latest song regarding marriage. Learn why marriage and family are fundamental to a strong, sustainable culture and what you can do to promote and protect this human right.
About Wil Seabrook…
As a veteran of independent and major record labels including Warner Brothers, Wil Seabrook has performed for audiences reaching millions on international TV and radio. He has always been passionate about sharing a positive message with the largest possible audience. Wil founded his 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Rock for Human Rights (R4HR), in 2011 after being asked to help create music for one of the stunning Public Service Announcements produced by United for Human Rights. That experience and the resulting introduction to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights inspired Wil to become more involved in this vital campaign. He realized that beyond simply creating and sharing his own original music, he could utilize his success and experience in the music industry to make even more of a difference by enlightening audiences, especially school kids, about their basic human rights through live music performances and engaging live talks.
Wil’s original and ongoing mission is to mobilize and educate people using music as the ideal medium for the message of human rights. R4HR’s compelling live musical performances capture the attention of audiences in the US, Europe and Asia (with plans to tour Africa soon) so they can learn about their fundamental human rights in a fun, uplifting, and engaging way.