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The Jobs with Justice campaign and the Economic Policy Institute, both launched in 1986, evidence the success of the labour-led effort of the 1970s and 1980s to reconnect with liberal activists.
Jobs With Justice is dedicated to economic justice through a network of community, religious, student and labor coalitions in more than 40 cities.
Many labor unions and related groups have signed on as members of Health Care for All Oregon, or HCAO: the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees locals; the American Federation of Teachers - Oregon; the Lane County Central Labor Council for AFL-CIO; the Oregon Education Association; the Oregon Nurses Association; Service Employees International Union; and of course the Eugene/Springfield Solidarity Network, your local chapter of Jobs with Justice.
Other sponsors included Massachusetts Jobs with Justice, Neighbor to Neighbor, the YWCA Racial and Social Justice Task Force and Service Employees International Union, Local 509.
oe=UTF-8&cx=009600113782670949425%3Ahccycyvwf4i&cof=FORID%3A9&ie=UTF-8&q=employees) employees who speak out for better jobs," said Sarita Gupta, executive director of Jobs with Justice.
While the City Council debated, a coalition formed, led by Jobs With Justice, a national workers' rights organization.
A number of big unions endorsed single-payer legislation, and through grassroots coalitions like Jobs With Justice, they demonstrated for fundamental change.
If there is an ongoing Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice or Jobs with Justice group, call and express your interest in getting more involved.
Friday at 221 Allen Hall on the University of Oregon campus; forum will include speakers from Jobs with Justice, the UO faculty union United Academics and American Federation of Teachers; a panel discussion will follow; related events include GTFF rally at Johnson Hall at noon and GTFF bargaining at Lillis 112 at 3 p.
The demonstrators, who are affiliated with Massachusetts Jobs with Justice, eventually left the store and relocated outside the entrance.