Young people unite to make music about hate crime

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A POWERFUL message against hate crime will be delivered tomorrow at a concert.

Young people from across the area have put together a music album with songs about hate crime, such as racism, bullying and homophobia.

One of the organisers, Kendall Stevens, 18, from Havant, said: ‘It highlights how everyone is different.

‘You should not be hated on because of that.’

Songs will be performed and albums will be given out at the free event tomorrow at The Wedgewood Rooms, in Albert Road, Southsea.

The concert starts at 7pm and all ages are welcome.

The event has been organised with the help of Havant-based charity Music Fusion.