From an email:
“There’s a $10 suggested donation for tickets, with all event proceeds benefiting two great local charities: DC Abortion Fund and the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN). The Jam is being organized by Petworth Persists, a neighborhood activist group formed to build on the momentum of the Women’s March.
Additional details about the show are below.
As summer’s heating up, so is the resistance. Come jam out at the Justice Jam to support two great local causes — Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) and DC Abortion Fund.
Featuring the Anti-Social Collective with opener Abby Huston.
Music starts at 7pm. Raffle prizes announced at 8pm.
$10 suggested donation. All proceeds benefit CARECEN and DC Abortion Fund. Get tickets ahead of time here –> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justice-jam-tickets-36616609264
Hosted by Petworth Persists, a neighborhood activist group formed to build on the momentum of the Women’s March.
More info about the causes…
CARECEN DC: Provides direct legal services, housing counseling, citizenship education, and community economic development, while promoting grassroots empowerment, civic engagement, and civil rights advocacy among Latino populations in Washington, DC. (carecendc.org)
DC Abortion Fund: An all-volunteer nonprofit that makes grants to pregnant people in the DC area, as well as those traveling to the area, who cannot afford the full cost of an abortion. DCAF is the only organization in the DC region that focuses solely on providing this service in our community. (dcabortionfund.org/)”