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Sixth & I

CANCELED: Working for Change: Labor, Justice, and Judaism

Sep 1, 2022 • 7:00 pm ET
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Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been canceled. Ticket buyers will be contacted and refunded. With questions, contact Kira. 

At this in-person event, proof of vaccination is required. Masks must be worn at all times except when actively eating or drinking. Sixth & I’s food and beverage policy is subject to change based on the state of the pandemic and local guidelines. Please review our health and safety protocols here. Advance registration is required and walk-ups are not permitted.

From job security to safety and salary, the pandemic brought a host of labor issues to the fore. Support for unions—and unions themselves—are experiencing a historic resurgence as companies like Starbucks, Amazon, and Trader Joe’s have been forced to confront their labor practices.

Leading up to Labor Day weekend, hear what Judaism has to say about labor justice and learn about local organizing efforts from Hannah Garelick of Jews United for Justice, Altagracia Kubinyi of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, and Sarah Levesque of OPEIU-Local 2, which represents thousands of workers in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

This event has been generously underwritten by The Revada Foundation of the Logan Family.