JusticeAid returns with
Matthew Whitaker on Tuesday, October 15, at The Jazz Standard
The Baylor Project on Tuesday, October 22, at The Hamilton

This fall, we’re doing something different.

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 jazz concerts in support of our own work at JusticeAid.

So turn it up!

We hope you can attend one or both shows — Matthew Whitaker in New York City on October 15th and the Grammy-nominated Baylor Project in Washington, DC, on October 22nd.  Come hear some wonderful music and learn about JusticeAid’s 2020 Voter Suppression initiative and our continuing mission to eradicate injustice through the arts.

Meet the artists.

Whitaker summoned the ghosts of Larry Young and Oscar Peterson. A student of great piano masters, he has quickly identified the buttons that resonate with a crowd looking for a good time.

Sean L. O'Connell, the LA Times

Find me on Instagram/Twitter @_mattwhitaker & FB @officialmatthewwhitaker

[On the Baylor Project] Steeped in the heart and soul of jazz…innovative…an undeniable force.


Find us on Twitter @BaylorProject & Instagram/FB  @TheBaylorProject

Please give generously, get involved, and thank you! We can’t do it without you.
  • Steve Anderson, Chairperson, New York
  • Mark Rochon, Chairperson, Washington, DC
  • Natalie Jowett Agoos
  • Alejandra Almonte
  • Leila Babaeva
  • Barry Boss
  • Shelly Broderick
  • Kim Coaxum
  • Anne Di Rosa
  • Joshua Feigenbaum
  • Gary Kohlman
  • Brian Lockhart
  • Steve  Milliken
  • Matthew Reinhard
  • Addy Schmitt
  • Therese Steiner
  • Karen Thomas
  • Rosanne & Steve Anderson 
  • Brian Lockhart
  • Steve Milliken
  • Mark Rochon & Page Kennedy
  • Therese Steiner
With Appreciation