WE STAND WITH YOU.

Jazz is often described as the 'true American art form', but jazz is black music. To help understand the racist oppression that persists in both America and around the world in various guises, it is as essential to understand the history of jazz, as it is to simply love its music or celebrate its culture. Jazz is a music of expression and freedom: we stand in solidarity with the anti-racist struggle around the world. 

Please look at the list of anti-racist resources below, or click this link.

We are all complicit, and we are all responsible for effecting change.

Tokyo Jazz Joints

Collaborative Japanese jazz documentary photography project by Philip Arneill & James Catchpole, begun in Tokyo in March 2015.
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