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DC Economic Justice Working Group: May Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting in person or on Zoom to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: June Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting in person or on Zoom to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Budget Celebration

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City-State Brewing Company
705 Edgewood St NE, Washington, DC

Three months ago, the Mayor proposed a draft budget for next year, and since then JUFJers have been working to ensure that the final budget meets DC residents' basic needs. As the budget cycle ends, join us for a social gathering to celebrate the wins and hard work of budget season.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: September Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting in person or on Zoom to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: October Meeting

St. Benedict the Moor Church 320 21st St. NE, Washington, DC

At this special meeting of the Economic Justice working group, we'll attend a special in-person meeting where Mayor Muriel Bowser will discuss plans to bring the Washington Commanders back to RFK Stadium.

About the Economic Justice Working Group: Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meetings to discuss current campaigns and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

Public Town Hall: DC Tax Revision Commission

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MLK Library
901 G Street, Washington, DC

Join the Under 3 DC coalition for a discussion about the state of early childhood education in Wards 3 and 5 with the newly elected DC Councilmembers.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: November Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting in person or on Zoom to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

Hanukkah Happy Hour in DC

Sonny's Pizza 3120 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC

Join DC JUFJers to celebrate Hanukkah! We will light candles, talk about what we've been up to so far in 5784, and schmooze. Donuts and Hanukkah blessings will be provided! We'll have a menorah and some candles, but feel free to bring your own too.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: December Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting in person or on Zoom to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: January Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting on Zoom or in person to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: February Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting on Zoom or in person to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Fair Price Fair Wage Consumer Awareness Meeting

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JUFJ was proud to endorse Initiative 82, which eliminated the subminimum wage for waiters, bartenders, parking lot attendants, nail salon technicians, and others who rely on tips. But now, restaurant owners are trying to undermine the initiative with confusing junk fees to increase their own profits at the expense of workers’ tips. Consumers bear the brunt of the cost, and workers’ earnings are suffering. Join the Fair Price Fair Wage coalition on Zoom to learn more and take action.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: March Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting on Zoom or in person to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

Labor Seder: Let all who are hungry come and eat

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The Festival Center
1640 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC

Each spring, the Labor Seder celebrates the freedom story of the Exodus by connecting it to present day struggles, delivering the tools to take action, and celebrating with food, friends, and song. This year’s Seder, "Let all who are hungry come and eat," will examine how the fight for liberation is reflected in DC street vendors' campaign to be recognized as part of our city's vibrant and diverse community.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: April Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting on Zoom or in person to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: May Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting on Zoom or in person to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.

DC Budget Call-in Power Hour

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We're in the last leg of our DC Budget advocacy, and the Mayor and the Council still haven't fully funded key housing programs like housing vouchers and rental assistance. Join JUJFers to call DC Councilmembers to tell them to raise taxes on DC's wealthiest residents to fund these vital programs. We'll meet on Zoom on Tuesday, May 28 from 7-8pm to make the calls. A Zoom link will be sent ahead of the call.

Capital Jewish Museum: DC Street Vending Workshop

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Capital Jewish Museum
575 3rd St. NW, Washington, DC

Drop in on Jews United for Justice  and Beloved Community Incubator for a workshop to learn about local history and the campaign to decriminalize street vending in DC. This Capital Jewish Museum Community Action Lab Takeover expands upon the notion introduced in "'I’ll Have What She's Having': The Jewish Deli" that street vending has historically […]

Torah, Trivia, and Taxes: A Shavuot Celebration

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Join the Economic Justice Team to celebrate Shavuot and build community through a deep dive into DC's tax system! Learn about inequities in our tax system and how we can fix them, and make friends with trivia and CHEESECAKE.

DC Economic Justice Working Group: June Meeting

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The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2027 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Everyone in DC should have what the Torah calls dei machsoro, resources sufficient to meet their needs. Join our Economic Justice Working Group meeting on Zoom or in person to discuss our current campaigns, and how we are working with our partners to build a DC where everyone can live and thrive.