Social Justice Center Events
Social Justice Center Events
HOLD THAT DATE!
Dec. 19, 2015
ART MUSIC DANCE FOOD
Social Justice Center Annual Potluck Supper
6:00 – 10:00 PM Parrish Hall, St. Andrews Church
10 N Main St, Albany
Work Party on March 14 to Beautify the SJC
We all love the Center and our new team has begun the process of bringing the first floor of the Social Justice Center into the modern age! On Saturday, March 14 from 12 PM-3 PM, we are inviting you to help with the second work party. Angelica, Laura and the entire board have spent time thinking about what we need to do to update the space to make it a vibrant space folks want to spend time in. Our vision is part functional meeting and event space, part musical venue and part social justice cafe!
Folks already use the space for all those things, now we just want to make it look the part. We are very excited to do this work to create and fun, vibrant space for everyone in our activist community now and for the years to come.
Please follow along with our journey to update the space because we need your support!
Celebrating 10 Years of Leadership And Change!
Please join us for this very special winter potluck where we will thank Victorio Reyes for ten years of leadership and celebrate his achievements at the Social Justice Center. As usual there will be music, drinks and an amazing gift basket raffle assembled by our member organizations. Please bring food to share. Pre-raffle tickets coming to our web page soon!
December 15th, 4-6 pm, at the SJC 33 Central Avenue. This year's theme is "Justice: Keeping it Real!" We invite you to join us in reflecting on how we keep the concept of justice real in our every day lives! Good food and drinks will be shared. Please bring your staff and members to share in our celebration!
Also each member group of SJC has donated a BASKET OF JUSTICE for the SJC to RAFFLE off! The baskets will be in display in our front window.
Go to our home page to purchase raffle tickets!!!
Urban Guerilla Theater presents: FASHION FOR THE PEOPLE! a benefit for the Albany Social Justice Center
When: November 18th doors open at 6pm
Where: WAMC's The Linda
Why: A fundraiser for the Social Justice Center and a FLY FASHION SHOW
TICKETS ON SALE NOW: $10.00 (message SJC)
This will be a truly unique fashion show that will push the boundaries of the clothing industry’s typical messaging and raise awareness for local clothing artist and vendors. The fashion show will be a canvass for conversation about sustainable/green clothing, sweat-free/worker friendly production, and gender expression.
Bell's Roar is the Solo Project of Sean Desiree. The music builds from its layered guitar effects, lusty beats, and crisp vocal stylings, at times, reminiscent of 1930's crooners. Though her songs are anything but sentimental.
dancealisadance composes original music as inspired from sad room/root of their little giant heart. dancealisadance sings about heartache, oceans, being a mom and queer/dear love.
Evan Greer from Riot Folk and Spiritchild from Mental Notes
w/ Special Guest Chris Clavin from Ghost Mice & the OUT OF THE BASEMENT FILM FEST!
ABOUT THE BACK TO THE ROOTS TOUR:
rEvolutionary hip hop for justice
queer riot-folk for liberation
Hip-Hop has been gentrified. Folk music has been watered down. Punk rock sold out. Inbthe face of this mainstream betrayal, two of the movement's most dynamic performers have joined forces to take their respective genres BACK TO THE ROOTS, celebrating the role of music in people's resistance to oppression around the word. Evan Greer and spiritchild are revolutionary artists from radically different musical styles who share a common commitment to using their craft as a tool and a weapon in direct support of grassroots struggles for change
LISTEN TO spiritchild:
LISTEN TO evan greer:
LISTEN TO chris clavin
Hudson Valley Natural Building for the design and installation.
Eat for Peace!
Saving Social Justice
Fundraising and Strategizing Potluck
Help the Social Justice Center to advance its mission to provide space, support, and resources to emerging social justice projects.
December 11, 2010 12 – 2 PM
Social Justice Center 33 Central Avenue, Albany
Activist Survival Guide – Best Idea wins a prize!
Bring a creative energy or money saving idea
*Window Craft Sale* December 1–31, Mon–Thurs 11am-3pm
More info: (518) 434-4037 Donations welcome!
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