Date(s) - 10/18/2012
9:00 pm - 10:30 pm
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After attending Twice the Work, Half the Pay and learning how musicians and other independent workers can build solidarity and take collective action, put
The Justice for Jazz Artists campaign marches on – we are going back to the Blue Note with a live band to tell the club owners that musicians and jazz fans want them to do the right thing and sign on to the demands of our campaign – Pension, Pay scales, and Protections on recordings for all musicians who play the club.
This THURSDAY NIGHT, October 18th @ 9PM, we will be marching from under the arch at Washington Square Park to the front door of the Blue Note. Our focus will be on delivering our message to the patrons and to club management, passing out leaflets, and encouraging people to take the J4JA message inside the club.
Bring a friend, bring an instrument! Please RSVP if you can make it.
Before the march, join us for a discussion about Exploitation in the Music Industry: http://www.nycga.net/events/event/entrepreneurship-and-exploitation-in-the-music-industry/
Event Information: http://99pickets.org/picket/j4ja-march-for-fair-pay-pensions/