DC’s whirlwind budget season is winding down, and thanks to sustained advocacy and courageous community leadership there’s a lot to celebrate! JUFJ fought for a budget that will #PutPeopleFirst, [...]
JUFJ is hiring a new Director of Finance and Administration. Come work with us in our DC office!
I am Anita Lampel. I live in Bethesda and I am active in local advocacy with Jews United for Justice. Thank you for letting me speak in support of funding for Early Childhood Education in [...]
My name is Marilyn Kresky-Wolff and today I am representing Jews United for Justice. The Jewish tradition of Tikkun Olam, meaning Repairing the World, teaches us that the best way to enable those [...]
On May 1, 2019, Delegate Adrienne Jones of Baltimore County (District 10) was elected the Speaker of the House of Delegates. Mazel tov / congratulations to Speaker Jones!
My name is Brian A. Johnson; and as an Iraq Army Veteran who is an American Descendant of Slaves (ADOS), I urge you to pass SB280.I believe in raising the minimum wage to $15 by 2023 (or sooner) [...]
My students did not come to me from nowhere on that first day of school. I was not their first teacher. Families told me tales of a patchwork of child care and early childhood services, cobbled [...]