INTERVIEW WITH FOUNDERS OF ONE DAY’S WAGES ABOUT NEW BENEFIT ALBUM

Puget Sound Business Journal
Last week, Seattle-based nonprofit One Day’s Wages (ODW) released a 21-track benefit album, which is giving 100% of its proceeds to aid in the fight against global poverty. With help from local and national musicians such as Rocky Votolato, David Bazan and Throw Me the Statue, ODW set out to demonstrate the importance of music in issues of social justice; “it is really exciting to give people the opportunity to let them know that their platforms, their voices, do matter.” To read a full interview with ODW founder, Eugene Cho, about the album and ODW’s mission, click on the link above.

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