Jazz for Gender Justice

Celebrate feminist scholarship, leadership, and creativity with an evening of jazz performances across genre!

The Feminist Press will host it’s annual benefit Jazz for Gender Justice on Thursday, June 6th at 6 PM at the Lower East Side Girls’ Club in New York City.

Jazz for Gender Justice spotlights some of the best female jazz artists that New York City has to offer.  This year’s lineup  features  jazz pianist Rachel Z, alto saxophonist Sarah Manning, internationally acclaimed vocalist Candice Hoyes , and contemporary Persian jazz artist Rana Farhan.

The Feminist Press is an educational nonprofit literary publisher founded to advance equality and amplify feminist perspectives. The 48-year-old press publishes a wide array of books including works in translation, first time authors, memoirs, and academic texts. The press also holds an annual contest enttiled The Louise Meriwether First Book Prize.



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