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May Day, May Day, May Day

by Rachel Plattus May Day is International Workers’ Day – a day of solidarity and resistance. In Puerto Rico, thousands of community members took to the street united against cuts to retirement benefits, rollbacks of labor laws, school closures, and … Read More

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Why this funder “don’t kvetch”

Myron Miller is helping build a better future, literally and figuratively. As a generous philanthropist with the Herman and Frieda L. Miller Foundation, Myron is supporting civic engagement, advocacy, and community organizing in Greater Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. As the … Read More

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A Jewish Thanksgiving Prayer

By Shaya French Shaya French is one of this year’s JOIN fellows and works as a community organizer at the Boston Center for Independent Living (disability advocacy and services). She grew up in Middleboro, MA 17 miles from where the … Read More

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Siyyum Graduation 2017: When We Rise Up

On June 26th, more than 170 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 2017 Jewish Organizing Fellows. (Pictured above: The graduating fellows leading a song) … Read More

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This is how we’re going to win

This piece was written by Ariel Branz, alumni of ourJewish Organizing Fellowship, class of 2016. I’m reaching out today as a JOIN Fellowship alumna to tell you a story about why I want you to join me in supporting JOIN’s year-end fundraising campaign today.  … Read More

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