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A Win for Workers’ Rights

Merrimack Valley Human Service Workers Vote ‘Union Yes!’ at NuPath In yet another victory for workers’ rights in the Bay State, a majority of direct care workers at Woburn-based NuPath, Inc. overwhelmingly voted ‘Union Yes!’ in their recent election. Marisa … Read More

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Dylan Kaufman-Obstler’s 5th Graders Get Locked Out of Burger King

We’re proud of current JOIN Fellow, Dylan Kaufman-Obstler, and the 5th grade class at the Boston Workmen’s Circle Center for Jewish Culture and Social Justice! On Sunday, January 12th, Workmen’s Circle fifth-grade students became the newest champions in the fight for … Read More

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The BackStory: Allegra Stout’s Organizing Journey

Welcome to The BackStory, a peek into JOIN’s Jewish Organizer Network. The BackStory introduces members of the passionate and creative network of people who are using JOIN’s community organizing tools to make social change and work for justice. Let’s get … Read More

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Anti-coal activists announce a new report showing a power plant’s devastating health effects

Congratulations to Joel Wool, JOIN alum 2013, who was published in a report he co-authored on the health costs of a coal-fired power plant. Joel has been working tirelessly, along with his colleagues at Clean Water Action, to organize for clean, … Read More

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An Alternative Graduation Speech: Karla Van Praag’s Siyyum Remarks

These remarks were delivered by JOIN for Justice Executive Director, Karla Van Praag, at the 15th Annual Siyyum/Graduation on June 24th, 2013. In this past week’s New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell tells the story of economist Albert O. Hirschman who embraced … Read More

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