Friday, March 20, 2009

Justice Tour

Hey folks,

Wanted to let you know about the Justice Tour, which hits the West Coast this coming week. Tom Morello (aka The Nightwatchman) will be performing shows in Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, with a whole mess of guest performances from folks like Slash, Shooter Jennings, Boots Riley, Steve Earle, Wayne Kramer, Sen Dog, and more.

100% of the proceeds for these shows will go to organizations that house the homeless and feed the hungry in those cities. We have asked each of the organizations how Axis supporters can help them out. So far, our partners in Seattle have asked for concert-goers to donate pairs of clean socks for the homeless. Just bring them to the show, we'll have a place for them. We're waiting to hear back from our LA and SF partner organizations, but in the meantime, I'm sure they wouldn't mind monetary donations.

Here's the quick run-down of the Justice Tour:

March 24th Seattle, WA - Crocodile Café
Tom Morello, Steve Earle, Kim Thayil, Ben Shepherd, Mark Arm, Wayne Kramer, Boots Riley, Blue Scholars and more.

Community Partner: New Horizons Ministries.

March 26th San Francisco, CA Great - Slims
Guests to include: Corey Taylor, Steve Earle, Boots Riley, Wayne Kramer and more.

Community Partner: Project Open Hand.

March 28th Los Angeles, CA - Henry Fonda Theater
Guests to include: Slash, Corey Taylor, Shooter Jennings, Jerry Cantrell, Sen Dog, Boots Riley, Wayne Kramer and more.
Community Partner: PATH (People Assisting the Homeless).

For more information about the Justice Tour, please visit this page on our website:

For more information about the hunger and homelessness organizations we're working with (or if you'd like to make a donation to them), check these links:

New Horizons Ministries:
Project Open Hand:
People Assisting the Homeless (PATH):

For more information about hunger and homelessness in the United States, check out this report compiled by activist org Air Traffic Control:

On a different topic, there should be plenty of actions this weekend to commemorate the 6th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq. To find protest locations near you, check out United for Peace and Justice's page here:

And finally, if you haven't checked out the revamped Axis of Justice website, you should definitely check it out:


Jake Sexton
Axis of Justice

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