Dear friends,

It’s down to the wire and we’re singing a clear and steady song: VOTE and help someone else to vote! Please join us at Voices to Protect the Vote, JusticeAid’s second virtual concert in support of our 2020 grantee partner, Election Protection / 866-OUR-VOTE.

Featuring Rosanne Cash, Tom Morello, Regina Carter, Lila Downs, and Ivan Neville. From rock and blues to classical and country, these gifted artists are lifting their voices in the name of justice. Meet the artists.

Saturday, October 17th, at 8 pm ET on JusticeAid’s YouTube and Facebook.

Election Protection / 866-OURVOTE is getting out the vote, overcoming obstacles to participation, and fighting in court. The concert is free, but our goal is to raise $100K for @866-OUR-VOTE between now and November 3rd, so we hope you’ll consider making a donation.

This will be a unique program broadcast only on October 17th at 8 pm! We will email links to YouTube and Facebook the morning of the event.

We are about to witness the election of a lifetime. Let’s wake up on November 4th knowing we did everything possible to engage every voter in exercising their Constitutional right to vote. Thank you for helping to make every vote count.

Steve Milliken, JusticeAid co-Founder & CEO


Well recognized DJ Suss One will spin tunes for voter empowerment. To listen, go to your Instagram feed and follow @djsussone. The DJ set will be broadcast on Instagram Live at 7 pm ET, Friday, Oct 16.

Are you eager to take action to help protect the vote? Volunteer for JusticeAid’s grantee partner Election Protection. Through the 866-OUR-VOTE hotline and voter assistance field program, Election Protection helps ensure eligible voters are able to participate in our democracy while collecting data for meaningful reform so that our elections are free, fair, and accessible.

JusticeAid leverages the community-building power of art and music to transform awareness into action in the fight against injustice. We organize arts events and public forums to educate people about key civil rights challenges, and we raise funds to support key organizations addressing these issues. JusticeAid advances its efforts by leveraging our Board of Directors’ diverse lived experiences of race, sex, religion, age, and sexual orientation, among others.