Mold is dangerous to everyone, but some people are especially vulnerable, like the many Baltimore children who suffer from asthma. Despite this danger, Baltimore's housing code does not protect [...]
JUFJ met with many of Montgomery County's State Senators and Delegates at our Legislator Lag Ba'Omer picnic last month. Thanks to all of the elected officials who joined us!
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, [...]
In Affordable Housing, Baltimore, MD, Fight For $15, Immigration, Maryland State, Montgomery County, MD, Police Accountability, Renters' Rights, Water is a human rightPosted
The General Assembly session ended on Monday night. Now it's time to reflect on all that we’ve accomplished this year, and how our work continues.
In Baltimore, MD, Fight For $15, Immigration, Maryland State, Montgomery County, MD, Renters' RightsPosted
We're in the final weeks of the General Assembly session, and Annapolis needs to hear from you about justice for workers, renters, immigrants, and incarcerated people!
By Jeff RubinPosted
My name is Jeffrey Rubin. I’ve been a resident of Montgomery County since 1986, and am currently Co-Chair of the Jews United for Justice (JUFJ) Economic Justice Team in Maryland. On behalf of [...]