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Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie launches own human rights organisation
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The Highest Hopes Foundation will benefit "communities subject to discrimination or abuse

Panic! At The Disco‘s Brendon Urie is launching his own human rights organisation.

The Las Vegas band released their sixth studio album ‘Pray For The Wicked‘ last week (June 22). In a four-star review, NME said: “On ‘Pray…’, it sounds like [Urie] is having a total blast.

Urie announced today (June 28) the Highest Hopes Foundation will support “communities subject to discrimination or abuse on the basis of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity.”

This is dedicated to all people + communities who are subject to discrimination or abuse on the basis of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation + gender identity https://t.co/2aKpQHZBNG

— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) June 28, 2018

A dollar from each ticket sold to the band’s ‘Pray For The Wicked’ US tour, which is due to begin in Minneapolis on July 11, will be donated to the foundation.

Urie shared the news of the organisation on Twitter, writing: “Today I present to you the Highest Hopes Foundation, created to support the efforts of non-profit organisations that lead, develop, and advocate support for human rights.

Today I present to you the Highest Hopes Foundation, created to support the efforts of non-profit organizations that lead, develop, and advocate support for human rights https://t.co/tiltsqeotO

— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) June 28, 2018

“All of you show me strength, courage + motivation & as a result it felt important to create something to show you that I see the wonderful things you’re doing out there in the world,” he continued. “With that being said, I want to join in on the fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.”

To kick things off, we'll be donating $1 from every U.S. ticket purchased for the #PrayForTheWickedTour to the Highest Hopes Foundation. Start spreading the love by texting GIVE to 50555 or visit https://t.co/2aKpQHZBNG B, P!ATD

— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) June 28, 2018

Fans are also able to donate to the Highest Hopes Foundation by texting GIVE to 50555 or visiting the organisation’s official website.

Speaking to NME earlier this month, Urie shared his views on Donald Trump. Upon being shown a photo of the President, he said: “Why couldn’t you have just stayed a menial celebrity? We love laughing at you, but not when you’re just breaking our country down, dude.

“Your rhetoric is so poisonous. You toxic, toxic orange. Just stop, please. I’m begging you, at this point. I’m not even mad anymore, I’m just sad. So sad. Just bring it back, bro. You’re the worst.”

28/06/2018 22:45:58
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