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Labor on the Bimah at 6th & I

DC
Sixth & I
600 I Street, NW, Washington, DC

Join JUFJ and partners for Friday evening services at Sixth and I to learn about the campaign for a DC Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.

DC Politics Crash Course 101: DC Government

DC

Join us for a fast and furious session on the basics of politics in DC, from who our DC councilmembers are to how a bill becomes a law and how the DC budget works.

Under 3 Working Group September Picnic

DC

Join the Under 3 DC Working Group for an end-of-summer picnic. We'll spend some time schmoozing, talking about the past year, and what's coming up for the future of the Under 3 Working Group.

Sound the Shofar for DC Domestic Workers

DC

Sound the Shofar for economic justice! DC domestic workers deserve the same workplace rights as all other workers. Join other JUFJers for an in-person action before Rosh Hashanah to remind the DC Council to pass the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights.

Rosh Hashanah: JUFJ Closed

JUFJ honors the rhythms of the Jewish calendar and we incorporate into our work Jewish values of reflection, celebration, and taking time away from work for rest and renewal. To honor those values, JUFJ is closed for Rosh Hashanah.

Yom Kippur: JUFJ Closed

JUFJ honors the rhythms of the Jewish calendar and we incorporate into our work Jewish values of reflection, celebration, and taking time away from work for rest and renewal. To honor those values, JUFJ is closed for Yom Kippur.

Sukkot: JUFJ Closed

JUFJ honors the rhythms of the Jewish calendar and we incorporate into our work Jewish values of reflection, celebration, and taking time away from work for rest and renewal. To honor those values, JUFJ is closed for the first two days of Sukkot.

Green New Deal for Housing

DC

This Sukkot, we're imagining a DC where everyone has access to housing and where we keep our planet safe and beautiful for everyone who lives on it — and we're fighting for that future! Join JUFJ, Sunrise DC, and Councilmember Janeese Lewis George (in a sukkah!) to learn more about the Green New Deal for Housing bill, and how you can help build a more sustainable, affordable DC.

Schmooze in the Sukkah DC

DC

Join JUFJers from across DC to schmooze, celebrate Sukkot, and build community. Whether you've never been to a JUFJ event, you're just joining our work, or you've been involved for years, everyone is welcome! This event will be held in person in a sukkah near you.

Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah: JUFJ Closed

JUFJ honors the rhythms of the Jewish calendar and we incorporate into our work Jewish values of reflection, celebration, and taking time away from work for rest and renewal. To honor those values, JUFJ is closed for Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.

Domestic Workers Demand Dignity: Employer Action

DC
The John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennslyvania Ave NW, Washington, DC

DC domestic workers deserve the same workplace rights as all other workers. Join Hand in Hand and JUFJ to thank Councilmembers for their support and continue to advocate to pass the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights. We'll meet with employers and other supporters at the Wilson Building and talk with Councilmembers as we advocate to pass the bill before the end of 2022.

Economic Justice Working Group: November Meeting

DC

Join JUFJ's Economic Justice Working Group! We work on leveraging our collective power to create a more equitable budget and make sure everyone is paying their fair share.

Under3DC: Early Education Town Hall

DC

Join the Under 3 DC coalition for a discussion about the state of early childhood education in Wards 3 and 5 with the newly elected DC Councilmembers.

The 2022/5783 Heschel Vision Awards

DC
Baltimore
Montgomery County
Maryland State

JUFJ’s Heschel Vision Awards celebrate members of our community who take action with deep moral commitment and who inspire and empower others. It’s a chance for all of us to be reminded of our values and to be together in community. Join us on Zoom at the 2022 Heschel Vision Awards.