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Jail Guitar Doors


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  1. Faelar says:
    Jail Guitar Doors. Nonprofit. JGD-USA’s Community Arts Programming & Outreach (CAPO) Project is a high-quality, innovative reenetry and diversion program for youth who have been engaged in the justice system. An extension of its existing music programs, the goal of the CAPO is to create arts opportunities that foster the positive socio.
  2. Akilrajas says:
    Jail Guitar Doors is a nonprofit organization that started in the UK but was created in the US by rock/punk icon, Wayne Kramer of the MC5. The nonprofit is named after The Clash song, “Jail Guitar Doors,” as that song is actually about Wayne and his prison stint.
  3. Arashir says:
    Sep 11,  · Jail Guitar Doors is a California non-profit organization that provides musical instruments and opportunities to help rehabilitate prisoners. In , musicians/activists Kramer and Billy Bragg created Jail Guitar Doors USA, which puts on music based prison outreach programs that work to help minimize prison violence and give hope to inmates.
  4. Voodooramar says:
    Jail Guitar Doors has delivered guitars to more than 50 American prisons and they’ve got a waiting list of about 60 more. But the guitars aren’t gifts, says Kramer. “They are a challenge to use them as tools in a new nonconfrontational way of expression. Music is anger management.
  5. Taulmaran says:
    Jail Guitar Doors Chords by The Clash. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.
  6. Tabei says:
    Dec 18,  · Jail Guitar Doors, he explains, finds people who work in corrections who are willing to use music as a tool for positive change. Then, they provide the tools, instruments, and teachers needed to.
  7. Mikar says:
    Nov 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Clash - Jail Guitar Doors YouTube [White Man] in Hammersmith Palais - Duration: The Clash , views. The Clash.
  8. JoJolkree says:
    In , Billy Bragg started an organization called Jail Guitar Doors, which he named after this song. The mission: supply musical gear (especially guitars) to prisons to help rehabilitate inmates. It started in the UK, but two years later Wayne Kramer joined the effort and expanded it to America.

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