Baltimore's unjust water policy disproportionately burdens Black families, but now the Water Accountability and Equity Act has passed! Thank the Mayor, the Council President, and your [...]
After a year long community engagement process, the Montgomery County Council is about to vote on a new Racial Equity and Social Justice policy for Montgomery County that will help our government [...]
Montgomery County police need to be accountable to the people of Montgomery County. Tell the Council to support real civilian oversight of the police.
County Executive Elrich’s nominee is the right person to build a strong, trusting relationship between MCPD and the residents of Montgomery County.
In #TestimonyTuesday, Immigration, Maryland State, Mont County Trust Act, Montgomery County, MD, Police Accountability, Racial Equity, Racial Equity MontgomeryPosted
Montgomery County police questioned my former student and his father on May 20. They expected to return home that afternoon. Instead, the county police turned them over to ICE and they remain [...]
On Tuesday, June 18, JUFJ hosted a Racial Equity Community Conversation to discuss systemic racism in Montgomery County and to provide feedback to county government as they craft a racial equity [...]
In Maryland State, Montgomery County, MD, Police Accountability, Racial Equity, Racial Equity Montgomery, UncategorizedPosted
Rabbi Alana Suskin spoke at the memorial for Robert White, who was shot and killed by a Montgomery County police officer last summer while walking through his own neighborhood. Here is what she said:
In Action Alerts, Antisemitism and White Supremacy, Baltimore, MD, Immigration, Maryland State, Mont County Trust Act, Montgomery County, MD, Racial Equity, Washington, DC, What's At StakePosted
The cruel and unjustifiable actions of ICE in our homes and along the border cannot be tolerated. JUFJ has fought alongside immigrants in DC and Maryland to protect their rights as members of our [...]
There has been one disturbing story after another about how Black and Brown people are mistreated by police. JUFJer Melissa Goemann shares those stories and ways to get involved to reform policing.