BALTIMORE, MARYLAND

JUFJ Baltimore is working on campaigns to reform our city’s rent court, to fight mass incarceration and racist policing, and to make water affordable for all Baltimoreans. We collaborate with JUFJniks in Montgomery County during the Maryland General Assembly session to win things like paid sick leave, and to block dangerous legislation that targets poor Black and brown Marylanders.

Our ongoing community education work includes Jewish learning programs with local synagogues and havurot, where we explore how our traditions call us to work for social justice.

Related Events

  • Conversation with Maryland District 41 Legislators (Baltimore)

    December 17 | 6:00 pm8:30 pm

    Join JUFJ and District 41 residents as we meet with our state representatives to discuss our agenda for the 2019 session of the Maryland General Assembly. We will spend the first hour getting to know each other and the issues, 90 minutes with the legislators, and then close with a short evaluation.

  • Conversation with Maryland District 45 Legislators (Baltimore)

    December 17 | 6:30 pm9:30 pm

    Join JUFJ and District 45 residents as we meet with our state representatives to discuss our agenda for the 2019 session of the Maryland General Assembly. We will spend the first hour getting to know each other and the issues, 90 minutes with the legislators, and then close with a short evaluation. …

  • Economic Justice for Working Marylanders Platform Team Meeting

    December 17 | 7:00 pm8:30 pm

    JUFJ’s Economic Justice for Working Marylanders Platform Team is committed to ending our state’s mistreatment of poor and working people and eliminating decades of structurally reproduced poverty. This state session we are advocating for legislation raising the minimum wage to $15/hour and guarant…

  • Say No to 30% Water Rate Hikes!

    December 18 | 6:00 pm8:00 pm

    The Department of Public Works wants to know what Baltimoreans think about their plan to raise water bills by 30%. Join JUFJ to let them know exactly how we feel about that!

Baltimore Staff