CLUE has three annual signature events: two galas to honor community leaders who build a just and sacred society in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, and a yearly gathering of the CLUE diaspora to explore current social issues and chart a path toward embodying the CLUE principles we proclaim.
GIANTS OF JUSTICE, Los Angeles
Since 2004, Giants of Justice is CLUE's yearly fundraising breakfast that also honors faith and community leaders whose career or work through that year has contributed to CLUE's goal of build a just and sacred society in Los Angeles County. This celebration is for our partners, supporters, and volunteers who are all in with us in the struggle for economic justice that we undertake with workers, immigrants, communities of color, and those who are persecuted because of their religion.
ARCHITECTS OF JUSTICE of Orange County
Architects of Justice is CLUE's way of honoring and lifting the work of CLUE faith leaders who are build a just and sacred society in Orange County. At a time when our ability to accompany workers and their families, people of color, immigrants, and those of persecuted faiths is uniquely challenged, these leaders are at the forefront of our struggle for civil rights and economic justice.
InGathering: An Educational Forum
CLUE's yearly InGatherings are informal teach-in events that address urgent issues facing our local communities of faith. Here, we direct our work to the CLUE diaspora in an effort to reactivate a community committed to social and economic justice for the most vulnerable among us. The InGatherings represent a chance for our faith leaders in the CLUE network to come together for learning, fellowship and action, all grounded in our spiritual roots -- the way we know to build a just and sacred society.