ACTION ALERT: Fund Paid Leave Implementation
Adequate funding is necessary to ensure strong and equitable implementation of paid and family medical leave.
ACTION ALERT: Maryland renters need safety, stability, and fairness!
All Maryland renters deserve safe and stable housing, and fairness from landlords. Urge Governor Moore and your state legislators to protect renters’ rights!
ACTION ALERT: Fund Women’s Prerelease Services
It is time to fully fund women’s prerelease in Maryland to provide incarcerated women access to critical resources and opportunities for them to successfully return to their communities.
ACTION ALERT: Thank the Senate for Supporting Time to Care Implementation!
Marylanders need strong and equitable implementation of paid and family medical leave.
ACTION ALERT: Healthcare Is A Human Right
Healthcare is a Human Right: Demand Affordable Care Act Inclusion for Undocumented Immigrants
ACTION ALERT: Keep Marylanders Housed!
All Marylanders deserve stable, affordable housing, but a critical eviction prevention tool is at risk of vanishing without action from our state’s leaders. Urge Governor Moore and your state legislators to keep Marylanders housed!
ACTION ALERT: No More Hurdles: We Need Local Police Control Now
Maryland should join the 26 other states who have ended the racist practice of automatically charging youth as adults – we must pass the Youth Equity and Safety Act. Fill in your information below to urge your state legislators to support this legislation.
ACTION ALERT: Reduce Senseless Police Violence: Ban Odor Searches
Ban cannabis odor searches to reduce harmful police interactions and unjust criminalization
ACTION ALERT: Pass the Green New Deal for Housing
Jewish sacred texts recognize that having safe, stable housing is key to a healthy society, and we know that it is key to reducing racial inequities. All people, regardless of income, race, or immigration status, should have access to dignified homes, but public housing residents and advocates have testified before the DC Council for years about mismanagement at DC Housing Authority (DCHA). Residents have shared hundreds of stories about horrifying living conditions, closed waitlists, mismanagement, scandal, and high staff turnover. Tell the DC Council: we need new leadership on the Housing Committee