Jeff Norman blogs about justice and sanity at NormanReport.com and The Huffington Post, and broadcasts from Skidrow Studios in Los Angeles. He is the founder of The Veterans Project and U.S. Tour of Duty, and the co-founder of the California Justice Committee.
U.S. Tour of Duty is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that presents free performances and bedside sing-alongs at VA hospitals to raise the spirits of patients, and produces concerts in public venues to raise awareness and funds for veterans service providers. Its Homefront News Network covers veteran-related issues and provides a platform for content providers whose stories describe the plight and progress of veterans.
The Veterans Project organizes Stand Downs for homeless veterans, provides assistance with legal matters, connects veterans seeking a career in the entertainment/media industry with experienced professionals, and presents weekly acting and writing workshops. Services are free to all veterans.
The California Justice Committee is a state political action committee that strengthens democracy, defends the rights of everyone via legislation and litigation, promotes ballot initiatives and supports candidates regardless of party affiliation.