Featuring the Eternal Flame at Providence and a guest performance by R-Mean, this march will be a commemoration. The Eternal Flame began in Yerevan and has been traveling the globe to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The Eternal Flames brings our community together for a vigil and ceremony to commemorate our martyrs and honor the community we’ve built.
The event will be on Saturday June 28 and will go from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. 6:30pm will be when the vigil at North Burial Ground Martyr’s Monument begins, followed by the Eternal Flame March at Martyr’s Monument to Statehouse at 7pm. It will conclude with the Ceremony of Honor at the Statehouse, which will begin at 8pm. Guests are encouraged to join for the ceremony even if they do not partake in the march.
More information can be found by contacting Unger Adam (firstname.lastname@example.org/(401)497-0134). Parking will be available at Benny’s (the cemetery’s parking will be close after 4pm).
About R-Mean: R-Mean (Armin Hariri) is an artist who has risen above struggles, but never struggled to be unique. Intellectually stimulating music with substance, served through a fresh-to-death swag, his masterful wordplay and insight entices audiences internationally.
R-Mean’s lyrical prowess and melodious flow has amounted to 13 thousand records sold independently. He has been featured as the opening act for Nas as well as Bone Thugs n’ Harmony. His numerous appearances include MTV’s “Rapfix” with Mobb Deep and freestyling on the legendary “Wake Up Show” on Power 106, Los Angeles. He was also personally invited to New York to appear on Shade 45’s “Sway in the Morning” to deliver yet another explosive freestyle.
R-Mean is the first rapper of Armenian descent to achieve his level of international and national acclaim, heading towards the ranks of his fellow Armenian icons System Of A Down and Kim Kardashian. His multi-cultural background and extensive fan base has afforded him multiple opportunities to perform around the world including Canada, Europe, and all over the United States. Through his diverse upbringing, though always true to real hip-hop, R-Mean breaks international barriers through his music like no other artist. R-Mean’s music can be found on iTunes.