Last year, we hosted the first annual SJC Jubilee; a day-long event of musical performances and festivities outside the Social Justice Center, featuring 12 local artists ranging from family friendly to cutting edge, spanning a variety of genres including everything from bluegrass and singer/songwriter to rap, electronic and punk rock. This year we intend to create the same joyous experience, but in a virtual format. During the COVID-19 crisis, artists have been among the most impacted, many experiencing financial hardship due to venue closures and gathering limitations. We are hosting the Jubilee with artists specially in mind, that means paying all performers and creating programming that celebrates Madison’s local arts scene and raises awareness for actionable ways to support local artists, venues and businesses in light of the pandemic.

During the pandemic, our organizations have been providing critical support to thousands of local families in crisis and are working tirelessly to respond to the needs of the community throughout this challenging time. We are committed to providing low-cost space and service to our member organizations, and we are committed to responding to the needs and ideas of the community. To maintain affordability for our members, continue our collaborative programs like the CSCT Task Force, Little Free Pantry and Moving Forward by Healing the Past, and supporting local artists financially, we need your help. 

Let's celebrate the creative, DIY culture that makes our community so resilient! Tune in on June 26 and 27, but you can donate today! Help ensure the SJC is can continue to be a vibrant hub of social justice organizing, collaboration and activism into the future.

Stay tuned for lineup, updates, and more via socialjusticecenter.org and on the facebook event page. 

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SJC Jubilee 2020

by Social Justice Center


Last year, we hosted the first annual SJC Jubilee; a day-long event of musical performances and festivities outside the Social Justice Center, featuring 12 local artists ranging from family friendly to cutting edge, spanning a variety of genres including everything from bluegrass and singer/songwriter to rap, electronic and punk rock. This year we intend to create the same joyous experience, but in a virtual format. During the COVID-19 crisis, artists have been among the most impacted, many experiencing financial hardship due to venue closures and gathering limitations. We are hosting the Jubilee with artists specially in mind, that means paying all performers and creating programming that celebrates Madison’s local arts scene and raises awareness for actionable ways to support local artists, venues and businesses in light of the pandemic.

During the pandemic, our organizations have been providing critical support to thousands of local families in crisis and are working tirelessly to respond to the needs of the community throughout this challenging time. We are committed to providing low-cost space and service to our member organizations, and we are committed to responding to the needs and ideas of the community. To maintain affordability for our members, continue our collaborative programs like the CSCT Task Force, Little Free Pantry and Moving Forward by Healing the Past, and supporting local artists financially, we need your help. 

Let's celebrate the creative, DIY culture that makes our community so resilient! Tune in on June 26 and 27, but you can donate today! Help ensure the SJC is can continue to be a vibrant hub of social justice organizing, collaboration and activism into the future.

Stay tuned for lineup, updates, and more via socialjusticecenter.org and on the facebook event page.