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B’Yachad: Until The Sea Parts–Siyyum 2015

On June 22, over 150 people gathered to celebrate with the 14 Fellows at JOIN for Justice’s Siyyum (Graduation). ¬†The evening was an incredible gathering to support our graduating 2015¬†Jewish Organizing Fellows. As the crowd listened to the stories, cheered, … Read More

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SHIFT: Taking Root ~ An Evening of Stories

At JOIN for Justice, we believe that stories matter. Stories create connections between people, they are how we share our history, they inspire us to act. Last week, JOIN for Justice celebrated the importance of stories when we gathered for … Read More

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Music & Community Building

Music — creating it together, enjoying it together — played a big role with the Jewish Organizing Fellowship Class of 2013-2014. At their June 2014 Siyyum & Graduation, the Fellows shared two of their favorites with our community. The Farthest … Read More

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2014-2015 Jewish Organizing Fellows Kick off Year

Welcome to our new Jewish Organizing Fellows! Meet this year’s Fellowship Class. Over four intense days in September, our 14 fellows began to build relationships, ask hard questions, and dig into a year of organizing and growth together. Highlights included … Read More

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Logan Workers and JOIN Fellow ask Airlines and Subcontractors to “Clean Up their Act”

Current JOIN Fellow Rose Levy is working with service workers’ union SEIU 32BJ. In April, workers held a rally to draw attention to their exposure to hazardous conditions on the job. A similar campaign is taking place in Philadelphia, where … Read More

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