Since our founding six years ago, JusticeAid has raised support and “calls to action” for a dozen grassroots justice organizations on the front lines fighting for civil rights. Working primarily as a volunteer organization, we have presented over two dozen artists in concert, raising over $850,000 for these organizations. We could not have done this without you.
Now JusticeAid needs you more than ever.
We recently undertook a Strategic Planning process, during which it became abundantly clear: We need to expand our capacity.
This fall, in order to keep delivering vital support to key change-makers and to expand our calls to action against racism, poverty, mass incarceration, and injustice, we are presenting two fabulous concerts for JusticeAid, itself.
October 15, 2019
The Jazz Standard
New York, NY
October 22, 2019
The Baylor Project
Please Join us.
We hope you can attend one or both concerts — Matthew Whitaker in New York City on October 15, and the Baylor Project in Washington, DC on October 22— to hear great music, learn more about JusticeAid, and support JusticeAid’s next endeavors.
In particular, in 2020 JusticeAid will put its spotlight on Voter Suppression and support organizations fighting for Voter Empowerment.
Please mark your calendars! Tickets will go on sale mid-September. We look forward to seeing you in October.