We hope you will join us this Saturday night at 8 pm ET for Voices to Protect the Vote, a virtual benefit concert with an amazing line-up of activist artists sharing music and their passion for justice.

The concert is free, but we are raising funds for our grantee partner, Election Protection/866-OUR-VOTE and its national coalition. Here’s why a donation to JusticeAid right now is demonstrating your commitment to a free and fair national election.

JusticeAid’s grantee partner is:

  • Operating the 866-OUR-VOTE hotline 7 days a week to ensure voters are empowered with all the information they need to vote safely.
  • Monitoring attempts to intimidate voters of color.
  • Securing major victories, including one last week in Ohio that terminates the Governor’s discriminatory rule banning counties from having more than one drop box. Read more here.
  • Celebrating another victory in the 9th Circuit against the Trump administration to curtail the 2020 Census.
  • Bracing for emergency litigation on Election Day and, if necessary, in the weeks thereafter.

Sing it out with us! Saturday’s concert will be a celebration of our collective commitment to protect the vote. Watch at 8 pm ET on YouTube and Facebook.

CONCERT PAGE
PROTECT THE RIGHT TO VOTE
MEET THE ARTISTS
Featuring Rosanne Cash, Tom Morello, Regina Carter, Lila Downs, and Ivan Neville.

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.

Swag for sale. Visit JusticeAid’s new virtual merchandise store to purchase shirts, hoodies, baseball caps, and — face masks! Share a selfie and make us smile.

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.