Fired Janitors Reinstated

Jewish Organizing Fellowship alumna Daria Ovide was a leader of an outreach effort with multiple civic organizations to engage thousands of Latino voters who had never before voted in a city-wide election. After making tens of thousands of contacts by phone, by mail, and at voters’ doorsteps, the result was a turn-over in the Phoenix City Council. The agenda for the new majority? Pursuing decent wages and benefits for every working person. Watch this recent victory of Daria’s organization,  Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy.

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