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YRLF Alumni Testify: Keaton Andreas

Published on March 24, 2013 in Young Leaders

Keaton Andreas, a former CLUE-LA Young Religious Leader Fellow, is an alumnus of Texas Christian University and Fuller Theological Seminary. We were blessed to host him as an intern and fellow from 2010-2011. He is currently the mid-Atlantic organizer for Bread for the World. Like Keaton, many young people of faith have discerned a vocation

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APPLY NOW for our 2013 Summer Fellowship!

Are you looking for a meaningful summer job? Do you want to walk with workers? Do you seek justice in your community? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, this is the program for you. CLUE-LA’s Ziegler Young Religious Leaders Fellows trains students, youth, clergy, and seminarians in our faith-rooted organizing model, while

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CLUE-LA at Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Lobby Day

Published on April 20, 2011 in Young Leaders

by Lynda Berg, CLUE-LA Intern I was able to join our friends at CHIRLA and Pilipino Worker Center recently as we took a trip up to Sacramento for the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Lobby Day. It was a whirlwind day, there and back in less than 30 hours; but it was an incredible time

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Young Leaders Project

The Young Religious Leaders Project at CLUE is a training program for leaders interested in the work of economic justice. The Project works with young adults, from local high schools, colleges, seminaries and rabbinical schools, as well as at large, to train them in the struggle to eradicate poverty in our community. Through concrete organizing

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