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“Time’s Up Wendy’s March”: Action for Coalition of Immokalee Workers

by Hannah Silverfine I hate sitting still. And spending 12 hours on a bus in one day is not fun for anyone. But that was far from my mind when I signed up for the Northeast bus to New York … Read More

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In Conversation with Emily Bloch

Hello Emily! Can you tell us about what you’re working on right now? Yes, I work for an immigrant rights movement called Movimiento Cosecha, which means Harvest Movement in Spanish. We’re an immigrant rights movement fighting for permanent protection, respect, … Read More

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In Conversation with Dan Gelbtuch

Hello Dan! Tell us about what you’re up to these days. Absolutely! So I left my job of ten years, which was actually my JOIN placement, at Dorchester Bay Youth Force, doing youth organizing work. I left back in the … Read More

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In Conversation with Emilia Diamant

Hello Emilia! Tell us about your recent work. I am the Executive Director of Jeremiah Program Boston, which is the Boston branch of the national organization called Jeremiah. We work with low-income single moms and their kids, to help families … Read More

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Race, Books, and Parenting in St. Louis: A JOIN for Justice alumni story

Laura Horwitz is having a conversation about race. In fact, she’s having many conversations about race. In St. Louis, one of the most racially segregated cities in the country, Laura is organizing predominantly white families to confront racial inequity, white … Read More

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