Do you want to help us fight inequality? Attend one of our rallies, events, or volunteer opportunities!
Join us along with thousands of workers across the world, and a local coalition of worker's justice centered organizations, for a festival of political arts, culture, and international workers solidarity. We'll gather together to demonstrate at the Liberty Pole at 5:30pm this May 1st to raise our voices in solidarity with struggling workers in unfair conditions across the globe.DJ Alykhan, Sai Dmonios Ske, and other performers and speakers, who are not afraid to speak truth to power, will be heard by this city on May Day - and you won't want to miss it. From sociopolitical, conscious lyrics, to the art of story telling, to the essence of battle, to the spiritual quest, to the love of song, it will all be here for you to experience.
Please visit the Rochester Worker’s Center facebook page to RSVP HERE.
Don't forget to share the event widely because we want to make it clear to the world that here in Rochester -WE SUPPORT WORKERS!
Spring into action with Metro Justice!
The Metro Justice office will participates in the monthly, city-wide, First Friday events. Metro Justice will open it's doors to members and the general public for an evening of socializing, organizing, and art appreciation.
ART for Action: Hungerford United is a coordinated effort between several Hungerford studios to support organizations who are taking action to change the community for the better. Metro Justice will be participating with the help of painter Audrey Rozanov, photographers April D'Amico, Julie Oldfield, Courtney Rogaski, and Michelle Ashlee. Live entertainment by Her Dad's Banjo.
Come join us to Learn about Metro Justice and our organization's dedication to ending racial inequality and poverty in Rochester, NY and view art from local artists that will be available for purchase.
Our doors will be open on Friday, April 7th at 6:00 pm
Are you and artist whose work conveys a message about the fight for racial, social, or economic justice? Consider displaying your work with us:
- Free for Metro Justice members and staff
- Non-members, a donation of 10% of the proceeds from the sale of your work is suggested
To volunteer, click here. For further information contact Andrew Thomas, email@example.com
As we enter a new political climate of uncertainty, it is always best to take time to pause and celebrate small victories and strengths with others who may feel more distraught with every passing news update. Now, more than ever, we hope that you can join us for one of our organization’s most celebrated fundraising events, The Metro Justice Annual Dinner at Temple B’rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Ave., on Sunday May 7, 2017. Doors open at 5:45 PM, program to begin at 6:00 pm.
Your ticket purchases and sponsorship will help fuel and support the campaigns that Metro Justice stands for. Your generosity can help our organization maintain its strong and uncompromising voice in the community; fighting for social, economic, and racial justice. We hope you will join us for an evening of food, fun, and focus.
Our keynote speaker this year will be Brenda White Bull, water protector activist, senior member of the Standing Rock Sioux, veteran, and great, great granddaughter of Sitting Bull. You can read more about her here.
The deadline for ticket orders is April 28. Please scroll to the bottom of this page for all the different ticket and sponsorship options and to register online.
Once your tickets have been purchased, you'll have an opportunity to let us know if you are willing to volunteer at the dinner and/or donate an appetizer.
If you'd prefer to register by mail please download, print, and fill out the following order form and mail it back to Metro Justice at the address on the form:
If you'd like to donate a gift basket or or item for our raffle and silent auction please download, print, and fill out the following form and mail it back to Metro Justice at the address on the form:
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday May 7, 2017 for an evening of delicious food and stimulating conversation. If you’re unable to attend, please consider making a contribution to Metro Justice to ensure we remain an independent grassroots organization for years to come.
For questions please contact Andrew Thomas, Fundraising & Membership Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 585-397-3535.
Do you want to interrupt the school-to-prison-pipeline and promote relationship-building among kids in the Rochester City School District? Join us for an interactive workshop on bullying and a discussion among community members on what we can do about it in Rochester schools. Come open to learning about others' experiences and knowledge and ready to share your own. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Expect small group discussions/break-out sessions and lots of interaction.We will meet at the Metro Justice office at 1115 E Main St Door 7, Suite 207A Rochester, NY 14609 on Wednesday May 17 from 6-7:30pm. See you there!