JOURNEY TO JUSTICE~ J TO J~ is a powerful UK campaign set to launch shortly - Saturday 21 June, 7.30pm, 2014, Conway Hall, Red Lion Sq, Holborn. The evening will weave together an eclectic mix of song, poetry, film and dynamic speeches to reinforce the need for social justice. As we all belong in the same world, the heart of this organisation beats to inspire us all universally.
* The David Idowu Choir (formed in memory of David, who was a 15 year old victim of knife crime)
* Tayo Aluko (who wrote Call Mr Robeson)
* Streetz Ahead dance
* UCLU Jazz Society
* Zena Edwards, poet and singer
* Jo Clarke singing some classic Nina Simone
* Wayne Marshall singing classic civil rights anthems.
The main speaker will be Leyla Hussein, co-founder of Daughters of Eve and campaigner against gender based violence. The launch event will conclude with a tribute to the late great Pete Seeger, a king of social protest music.
The launch coincides with Journey to Justice’s crowd funding campaign which aims to raise £20,000 towards creating and building the travelling exhibition Follow donations here Journey To Justice supporters expect the initial £10 donation to be richly blessed and ask for your support in sharing this venture by word of mouth and social networking (J TO J FACEBOOK.) If you wish to hold a fundraising event or become involved directly with this powerful, life-changing campaign check the website for contact details or email firstname.lastname@example.org
~IB~ hopes that you will take this campaign to heart and book your tickets now. Grab some energy from the Streets Ahead dancers and get busy sharing!