July 2023 Newsletter Dear Friends, There’s a lot happening in the organized, connected, interfaith movement for justice. Let’s get you up to date! If you read nothing else, read this: Hospitality Workers Strike Friday, July 21 at 10 AM, join faith leaders across Los Angeles for a rally at the W
You are an integral part of a network of clergy and community members working for economic justice and human rights. You help build a more sacred and just society every time you show up for low-wage workers, immigrants, and communities of color on the margins.There are so many opportunities for you to participate right now
Hello Friend, Your support is an invaluable asset in the battle for economic justice and human rights. With your help, we can continue to strive toward a society where everyone receives fair wages and treatment. Thank you for being part of this incredible cause! If you read nothing else, read this: Upcoming Events! Save The
Hello Friend, We truly appreciate your support in the fight for economic justice! With your help, we can continue the fight to achieve fair wages, decency, and human rights. Thank you for being part of this vital mission. Together, we can make a positive difference! If you read nothing else, read this: Thank you for
Hello Friend, Thank you for being a member of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice. You are integral to the struggle for dignity, justice, and fair work! If you read nothing else, read this: Thank you for being a part of the CLUE community. Your friends at CLUE Join us for Architects of Justice — an
Dear Friend of CLUE, I wanted to drop you a quick video note of thanks as you celebrate this holiday weekend! Watch the Video Here Thank you for being a part of the movement to create a more sacred and just society! Together, across regions and religions, wearing many faces, we are
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During the worst of the COVID pandemic, our sisters and brothers who work in the grocery chains kept the shelves stocked, worked as cashiers, and staffed the deli and meat counters. In short, they helped us get our food. They did this at real risk to their own health. Some of them died.