Join CJAM throughout Sunday, December 22nd for Joe Strummer Day 2013. We’re playing the best of Joe Strummer’s music while confronting issues of poverty in our community. 24 hours of great radio celebrating the life and music of Joe Strummer!
Check out the full schedule here with links to download each show after it airs.
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Throughout Joe Strummer Day, we want to highlight the work of organizations around our community making a difference to end poverty. Here are just a few to check out and support.
Pathway to Potential:
Windsor Essex County’s Poverty Reduction Strategy “Pathway To Potential works within the community and with local businesses to spread the word about poverty and how it can be reduced.”
Unemployment Help Center
“The mission of the UHC Food Rescue Program is to reduce hunger by rescuing large quantities of food; fresh and prepared for packaging and distribution to the hungry of our community!”
The Downtown Mission Of Windsor:
“Whether it’s providing emergency shelter, a hot meal, or a food pack for an individual or family, Windsor Downtown Mission is here with a message of hope through faith and caring.”
“Street Health provides Primary Care and Supportive Services to individuals in Windsor – Essex who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.”
Windsor Worker’s Action Centre:
“The Windsor Workers’ Action Centre is a community organization of workers, students and activists committed to improving the lives and working conditions of people in low-wage and unstable employment. Our goal is to ensure that all workers have a voice at work and are treated with dignity and fairness.”
House of Sophrosyne:
“Offers a holistic approach in treating women for substance misuse through evidence based practices.”
The Windsor Youth Centre:
“The WYC is the only drop-in place for homeless and at-risk youth in Windsor-Essex.”
“Hiatus House is a social service agency offering confidential intervention for families experiencing domestic violence.”