Justice Dance Performance Project

Moving for Change Since 1989.

June 18, 2024

A House Speaks

As we move into the month of June and the celebration of Juneteenth, a particular story from the JDPP repertory comes to mind—that of the […]
June 18, 2024

Bridging Boundaries Culminations

During May and June, several of our Bridging Boundaries programs held their culminating share days and family visits. The SLAM Step-Down program, which is a […]

The Justice Dance Performance Project (JDPP) is a critically acclaimed dance and multi-arts organization. Its mission is to educate, inspire, and ignite awareness, bridging the boundaries of art and social justice to create a more equitable society in ways that spark individual growth and collective action.


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Moving for Change Since 1989

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Join JDPP and Mental Health Connecticut tomorrow for the Moving Stories Celebration! ... See MoreSee Less

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JDPP's office is closed today in honor of this important day.

We honor and celebrate this powerful day. It is a reminder of the resilience and struggle so many have faced on the journey to freedom and the ongoing battle for equity and justice.
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JDPPs office is closed today in honor of this important day.

We honor and celebrate this powerful day. It is a reminder of the resilience and struggle so many have faced on the journey to freedom and the ongoing battle for equity and justice.

Join JDPP’s Programming Coordinator Suzi Jensen today for Dream Catcher making as part of CT Children with Incarcerated Parents Initiative - CTCIP Community Day! Located in the Hartford Times Building, 10 Prospect St., Hartford from 10-3! ... See MoreSee Less

Join JDPP’s Programming Coordinator Suzi Jensen today for Dream Catcher making as part of CT Children with Incarcerated Parents Initiative - CTCIP Community Day! Located in the Hartford Times Building, 10 Prospect St., Hartford from 10-3!Image attachment
Join JDPP this Saturday, June 15 for CT Children with Incarcerated Parents Initiative - CTCIP Community Day!
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Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter...no matter the season get out enjoy this beautiful Earth of ours. This #EarthDay take a moment to do your part in making our planet a more peaceful, cleaner, and happier place for us all. ... See MoreSee Less

Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter...no matter the season get out enjoy this beautiful Earth of ours. This #EarthDay take a moment to do your part in making our planet a more peaceful, cleaner, and happier place for us all.

This week the 5th grade students from the Expeditionary Learning Academy at Moylan School went on a tour of Trinity College as part of JDPP's Moving Matters! residency. For many of these students Trinity is right in their backyard and the tour helps them to visualize what life as a future college student may be like! ... See MoreSee Less

Books are a fundamental part of JDPP's Moving Matters! residencies. Each year one book is chosen to represent the overall theme that the students focus on to create their class presentations. This year we chose "Change Sings" by Amanda Gorman! A wonderful story about how anything is possible when our voices join together. In the almost 30 years of this program we have explored many powerful stories of hope, acceptance, kindness, and perseverance. #BooksAreFundamental #RightToRead #NationalLibraryWeek ... See MoreSee Less

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