/2013 November

Law Students in Court

Almost 50 years ago, a consortium of District of Columbia law schools created Law Students in Court (LSC) as a response to the crisis in legal services for the poor. LSIC is the oldest legal services nonprofit in the District of Columbia.

LSIC is making justice a reality for low-income residents while training and inspiring the next generation of social justice advocates.
LSIC Website
EXPANDING LEGAL SERVICES TO THOSE IN NEED
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Flow Tribe

Flow Tribe serves up New Orleans’ funk in a big way, and they don’t like to keep quiet. The band’s six members comprise a smoking hot rhythm section, dueling guitars, horns, and even a washboard. Their talented take on New Orleans’ signature sound makes it hard for them to keep a low profile. They’ve shared the stage with names like John Fogerty, Trombone Shorty, funk/jazz greats Galactic, and more. Relix magazine calls them “bizarrely irresistible,” and USA Today showcased their performance earlier this year at New Orleans’ famed Jazz Fest.  Flow Tribe has partnered with JusticeAid in D.C. and New Orleans.

FLOW TRIBE WEBSITE
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Pants Velour

Pants Velour hails from New York City, and brings with them a blend of hip-hop, rock, pop, and soul. It’s a style that the Washington City Paper calls “party-ready hip-hop,” and likened to the Beastie Boys, The Roots, and the Black Eyed Peas. Earlier this year at the New Music Seminar in New York, they landed a spot on the conference’s “Top 100 Artists on the Verge” list. Pants Velour rocked the Black Cat (and us!) at our DCLISC event.

PANTS VELOUR WEBSITE

PARTY-READY HIP HOP

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The Morrison Brothers Band

The Morrison Brothers are hometown heroes when it comes to country rock, partnering with JusticeAid at our Gideon’s Promise and DCLISC events. Since brothers Willie and Truman Morrison formed in 2008, they’ve released three full-length albums and conquered every premier venue in the Capital City. In July, they returned to the 9:30 Club, ranked #1 on a  list of “The Best Big Rooms in America” to premiere their latest album, State of the Union. The album’s first single “Little Miss Whiskey” is receiving extensive air-play on DC’s top country station, WMZQ 98.7 FM.

MORRISON BROTHERS WEBSITE
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