Thanks to everyone who voted in the 2018 Maryland Primaries!

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The 2018 Maryland General Assembly started with a big win: we won sick leave for 700,000 Marylanders!

Every year JUFJniks from Baltimore, Montgomery County, and across the state of Maryland join forces to fight for justice during the 90 days of the General Assembly session. We bring Purim gifts to legislators while we demand that they work for the people, not for corporate lobbyists.

Check out our campaign platforms for Equal Justice Under the Law and Economic Justice for Working Marylanders, our 2018 campaign teams.


When we’re not in Annapolis, Marylanders from all over are more than welcome at JUFJ events and campaigns in Baltimore, Montgomery County, or DC!

Related Events

  • Trust Act Campaign Update

    August 22 | 7:00 pm8:00 pm

    Join the check-in call to learn about the status of the Montgomery County Trust Act campaign.

  • Trust Act: Civil Rights Press Conference

    September 6 | 11:00 am12:30 pm

    NEW DATE: Join the Trust Act coalition on September 6 to present the Montgomery County Council with the civil rights case for a county Trust Act to protect undocumented residents from ICE’s brutal detention and deportation tactics.

  • Struggle for Shelter: EVICTED Book Group

    September 13 | 7:00 pm9:00 pm

    Join JUFJ activists from across DC and Maryland to discuss “EVICTED: Poverty and Profit in the American City” by Matthew Desmond. We’ll use the book to explore our local affordable housing crisis and get ready for our Sukkot event, Struggle for Shelter, including a trip to the EVICTED exhibit at the…

  • Struggle for Shelter: EVICTED Exhibit

    September 23 | 11:30 am1:30 pm

    Join JUFJ activists to observe Sukkot by learning about the housing crisis in our cities and our region. We’ll go on a guided tour of the EVICTED exhibit at the National Building Museum together, then discuss the exhibit and what it means to celebrate shelter when so many people can’t afford it.

Maryland Organizers