During each year, members and organizations take the Jobs with Justice Pledge to Be There at least five times for someone else’s fight as well as their own. That means joining picket lines, attending contract rallies and participating in other actions or demonstrations for economic and social justice.
Jobs with Justice also works to build skills among Missouri’s key forces for economic justice by conducting local training sessions on organizing and building labor and community power. We also organize a delegation to the Jobs with Justice Annual Meeting which includes workshops on issues such as strike support, global solidarity, fighting racism in our work, art in activism, building student movements and much more.
Tags: jobs, business, economic justice, racism, advocacy