J usticeAid believes in justice and the power of art to bring us together in the fight for a more equitable nation and world. This year, in parallel with our fundraising for Black Voters Matter, each month we will highlight Black artists in order to uplift those whose voices have been muted, and whose visions can help us all see ourselves as we really are, and as we could be.
The 2021 ground-breaking documentary, “Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America,” follows civil rights attorney Jeffery Robinson as he confronts the enduring legacy of anti-Black racism in the United States, weaving together examples from the U.S. Constitution, education system, and policing.
“The entire purpose of this film is to ask people to take a long hard look at our actual history of white supremacy and anti-Black racism. That is something that has been really erased from the common narrative and creation story about America.” —Jefferey Robinson
The Jerome Project (2014)
Paine the Poet, JusticeAid Artist in Residence
Meet Paine the Poet, JusticeAid’s Inaugural Artist in Residence who will be performing at our 2022 Spring Concert.
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JusticeAid is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity. Our mission is to leverage the community-building power of art and music to transform awareness into action in the fight against injustice. Since 2013 JusticeAid has granted over two million dollars to nonprofits that are protecting civil rights for all. Throughout 2023 JusticeAid is raising money for Black Voters Matter (BVM).
Read up on JusticeAid events and our support for Black Voters Matter.