Workshop on Anti-Semitism DATE: Wednesday, 1/16/19 TIME: Workshop 7-8:30pm (Monthly Meeting 6-7pm) LOCATION: St. Katharine Drexel Parish Center, 175 Ruggles St. Roxbury MA 02120 Click here to RSVP by Mon, 1/14/19. Click here for Facebook event. Workshop Lead By: Marya Axner, Executive Director of the New England Jewish Labor Committee Description: Like all oppressions, anti-Semitism was created as … Continue reading Workshop on Anti-Semitism 1/16 – RSVP today!
Stand With Striking Hotel Workers! WEDNESDAY, 11/14 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM THE RITZ-CARLTON HOTEL 10 AVERY ST, BOSTON, 02111 UNITE HERE Local 26 Marriott hotel workers have been on strike since September. Tired but determined, hotel workers will hang on until they get the respect and fair working conditions they deserve. Join a delegation of faith & labor activists … Continue reading Stand With Striking Hotel Workers WED, 11/14
Sign the Petition to Save TPS! DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 30TH What is TPS? The TPS (Temporary Protected Status) Program is a life-saving immigration program that allows foreign nationals to remain in the U.S. and work legally if, while they were in the U.S., something catastrophic happened in their country of origin that prevented their safe return. … Continue reading Protect Our Immigrant Neighbors: Sign the Petition to Save TPS & Join the Delegation on 10/1!
On Sunday, August 26th Rev. Julie Rogers and Rev. Rob Mark welcomed Mass IWJ into their community and hosted an empowering Labor in the Pulpit service at Church of the Covenant. Rev. Julie Rogers shared powerful reflections on the ways she has witnessed our system fail to support working people, tying in a scripture reading from … Continue reading Labor in the Pulpit: Church of the Covenant, Back Bay
https://www.ncronline.org/news/opinion/united-states-created-conditions-latin-american-migrations United States created the conditions for Latin American migrations Jul 27, 2018 by Alex Mikulich Central American migrants walk to the U.S.-Mexico border crossing April 29 in Tijuana, where they presented themselves for asylum. (CNS/David Maung) As U.S. Americans rightly protest the Trump administration's policy of breaking up families detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, … Continue reading United States created the conditions for Latin American migrations