The Justice Conference
Tue, Jan 22 2013 05:38
We are thrilled to be performing at The Justice Conference again this year, this time in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center FEB 22 & 23. In addition to sharing the stage with heroes like Gary Haugen (IJM) and John Perkins, we'll be joining Gungor for a VIP premeire event where Arts Aftercare and our documentary "Do What You Love to End What You Hate" will be featured. Get all the details here. Below is JUBILEE performing for 5,000 at the 2012 Justice Conference in Portland, Oregon.
"Do What You Love to End What You Hate"
Thu, Nov 8 2012 04:09
"Beautiful Things": Arts Aftercare Benefit at The Triple Door, Monday 8/27
Mon, Jul 16 2012 10:26
Arts Aftercare is our sister organization which we founded to bring the arts in a healing capacity to survivors of human trafficking in Seattle and around the world. Come learn about the Healing Arts Toolkit, and the impact the arts are having bringing beauty and healing to survivors of human trafficking. Purchase your tickets here. 100% of ticket sales go to Arts Aftercare. All ages welcome.
Grove of the Patriarchs
Tue, Jun 5 2012 02:00
Hummingbird Love Song
Tue, Apr 24 2012 03:35
Wed, Feb 8 2012 10:50
You're probably thinking: "Tag-a-log... hmmm. This must be a new version of the playground standard, except everyone tries to avoid "It" while running with an armload of firewood logs."
I'd have to say, "Good guess." But you're wrong. Way wrong.
Tagalog ("tuh-GAH-lug") is the official language of the Philippines.
Now you may be thinking: "What does this have to do with JUBILEE?" Good question, and I assure you there is a point.
In fact, two members of JUBILEE, Curtis and Grace Romjue, will be traveling to the Philippines at the end of this month (along with their nearly two-year-old daughter, Harper) as part of a team representing Arts Aftercare.
Even more worthy of the Jubilog, all members of JUBILEE will be performing on Saturday, February 18 at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center as part of a Philippines Send-Off Party, and you are invited!
If you've ever wanted to learn more about Arts Aftercare, or wished you could join forces with us in some capacity, this is your night! Our volunteers will have some truly inspirational stories to share, and we'll give you the opportunity to get plugged in. Or you can just hang out, drink beer, and listen to music. (Plus, JUBILEE's own Steven Wilbur will represent with spoken word! Reason enough to attend.)
Here are the details for the night:
Philippines Send-Off Party!
hosted by Arts Aftercare
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 Fremont Avenue North
JUBILEE (+ Steven Wilbur, spoken word)
Stories from staff and volunteers.
Opportunities to join the team.
Saturday, February 18
ALL AGES WELCOME.
Doors open at 6:30.
Appetizers, dessert, beer.
$5-10 suggested donation.
Looking forward to seeing you there, and...
Nagpapasalamat po ako sa inyong napakalaking tulong sa amin. (translate.google.com)
Thu, Jan 5 2012 11:28
Happy New Year! We are so grateful for your friendship, love and partnership. Lift your cup with us to a new year of music, and bringing the beauty and healing of the arts to those in need.
Be well, JUBILEE
"The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time." -- Abraham Lincoln
Sat, Dec 3 2011 03:23
"...The National Association of Attorneys General... put the fight against human trafficking at the top of its agenda this year. The president of NAAG, Washington state Attorney General Rob McKenna, says there's a lot of work to be done:
'In our understanding of human trafficking, we are today about where we were with the problem of domestic violence about 40 years ago," he says — "low levels of awareness, low levels of law enforcement response, almost no services for victims.'"
Read the NPR article here.
Tue, Nov 29 2011 12:36
Curtis & Grace produced a new Christmas album with the help of some great friends (including Jonas G, and Jonny Haglund and Steven Wilbur of JUBILEE). It's a great Christmas gift, as you can give music to someone you love, and "beauty and healing through the arts" to survivors of modern slavery through Arts Aftercare. 100% of album sales go to Arts Aftercare.
Listen and buy the album here.