SaulPaul along with Local Leaders Join Together to “Mask On”

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, SaulPaul is excited to join a number of leaders in the City of Austin to play a part in mobilizing the African American community in bringing awareness to how we can play a part in curbing the spread of the Coronavirus. As part of these efforts, he penned the song, “How Do You Mask?” The song is part of a new #MASKONATX campaign to promote safety and healthy choices during COVID-19 to empower the Central Texas African American Community to work to stop the spread and bring awareness.

COMMUNITY LEADERS COMING TOGETHER TO #MASKON

Commissioner Jeffrey Travillion
Travis County Commision

Fire Chief Joel Baker
Austin Fire Department

Pastor Gaylon Clark
Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Quincy Dunlap
Austin Area Urban League, Executive Director

Nelson Linder
NAACP Austin, President

SaulPaul
GRAMMY Nominated Musician with a Message

Karl Spencer
100 Black Men, President

Christopher Shorter
City of Austin, Assistant City Manager

Michael Rhone
Texas Peace Officers Association, Vice President

Eric Byrd
City of Austin, Chief of Staff for District 1 Council Member

Sherwynn Patton
Life Anew Restorative Justice, Executive Director

Joshua Robinson
City of Austin Equity Office

Kobla Tetey
Area Urban League Young Professionals, Chair

Chas Moore
Austin Justice Coalition, Executive Director

Harold Flenoy II
Austin Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,, Incorporated , President