Celebrate the Summer solstice with the Social Justice Center! Introducing the SJC Jubilee - a full day of live, local music outside the Social Justice Center.

Like the historic jubilees where debt was canceled in a celebratory fashion, we're using this Jubilee to raise money to help pay off our recent renovation so we can be ready to invest in really cool forward-looking things, like solar power and rooftop gardens, and supporting projects that make a difference in our community. The SJC asks for your support so that our member organizations can keep doing the incredible work they do, supported with a beautiful, functional, affordable space!

Check out this amazing lineup (in alphabetical order): 90sdreamboy, All Good Things, Gene Delacourt & the Malcolm Shabazz Fiddle Class, Glassmen, Hoot n Annie String Band, Labrador, Ladyscissors, Megan McCrumb, Miyha, Mr. Jackson, Raine Stern, Red the Bully, Stephanie Rearick Jr. and Tippy.

Our member organizations are the Tenant Resource Center, the Mutual Aid Workspace, 608 Arts, the Info Shop, Madison Community Cooperative, LGBT Books to Prisoners, WI Books to Prisoners, Progressive Dane, and MadWorC (Madison Worker Cooperatives; including Interpreters Cooperative-Madison and Common Good Bookkeeping Cooperative).

For more information, follow the Facebook event page, visit www.socialjusticecenter.org/jubilee or send an e-mail to coordinator@socialjusticecenter.org.

Located on Williamson Street, the Social Justice Center is strives to be a vibrant hub of social justice activity, collaboration and activism. The Social Justice Center houses 11 local organizations critical to our community and serves as an incubator for start-up organizations. We invite you to check out the exciting projects and events going on every day at the SJC. To see a schedule of activities, learn more about opportunities to get involved or find space for your idea, visit www.socialjusticecenter.org.

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SJC Jubilee 2019

by Social Justice Center


Celebrate the Summer solstice with the Social Justice Center! Introducing the SJC Jubilee - a full day of live, local music outside the Social Justice Center.

Like the historic jubilees where debt was canceled in a celebratory fashion, we're using this Jubilee to raise money to help pay off our recent renovation so we can be ready to invest in really cool forward-looking things, like solar power and rooftop gardens, and supporting projects that make a difference in our community. The SJC asks for your support so that our member organizations can keep doing the incredible work they do, supported with a beautiful, functional, affordable space!

Check out this amazing lineup (in alphabetical order): 90sdreamboy, All Good Things, Gene Delacourt & the Malcolm Shabazz Fiddle Class, Glassmen, Hoot n Annie String Band, Labrador, Ladyscissors, Megan McCrumb, Miyha, Mr. Jackson, Raine Stern, Red the Bully, Stephanie Rearick Jr. and Tippy.

Our member organizations are the Tenant Resource Center, the Mutual Aid Workspace, 608 Arts, the Info Shop, Madison Community Cooperative, LGBT Books to Prisoners, WI Books to Prisoners, Progressive Dane, and MadWorC (Madison Worker Cooperatives; including Interpreters Cooperative-Madison and Common Good Bookkeeping Cooperative).

For more information, follow the Facebook event page, visit www.socialjusticecenter.org/jubilee or send an e-mail to coordinator@socialjusticecenter.org.

Located on Williamson Street, the Social Justice Center is strives to be a vibrant hub of social justice activity, collaboration and activism. The Social Justice Center houses 11 local organizations critical to our community and serves as an incubator for start-up organizations. We invite you to check out the exciting projects and events going on every day at the SJC. To see a schedule of activities, learn more about opportunities to get involved or find space for your idea, visit www.socialjusticecenter.org.