Earlier this month, the DC Government released the final proposed rules that will govern the District’s forthcoming paid family and medical leave program, set to go into effect in July.
On Sunday, January 12, over seventy local activists gathered together for JUFJ’s 2020 Community Meeting. During the event, JUFJ leader Scott Goldstein shared that on his great-grandmother’s [...]
Today, the employees of Jews United for Justice (JUFJ) announced that they are unionizing with the Nonprofit Professional Employees Union (NPEU). JUFJ management has voluntarily recognized its [...]
Last Sunday, hundreds of people came together to celebrate local organizing and to lift up powerful honorees SEIU 32BJ, Bruce and Susie Turnbull, Betsy Krieger and Karen Kreisberg, and keynote [...]
Six candidates for Ward 2 DC Council gathered in Dupont last month with hundreds of voters for a forum to kick off the 2020 election season. JUFJ co-hosted the forum along with the DC Working [...]
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On Friday, September 13, I came face to face with right-wing extremists and neo-Nazis right here in my own backyard.
Tell the DC Council Chair to fully investigate Councilmember Evans' corruption.