Chicago Jobs with Justice
Our coalition of 40 unions and community partners works together to mount meaningful campaigns for workers’ rights and social and economic justice. We stand in solidarity with all working people fighting corporate greed.
Chicago Jobs with Justice has launched a Solidarity Committee with leadership from our member organizations, and we welcome labor and community leaders, staff, members and rank & file activists.
The Solidarity Committee meets the 3rd Thursday of every month from 6 PM – 7:30 PM at Jobs with Justice.
The Workers’ Rights Board (WRB) draws together the power of community leaders with moral authority- clergy, elected officials, academics, and community to exert political pressure in support of workers’ rights to organize unions, bargain collectively, and improve their working and living conditions. The Workers’ Rights Board is the moral voice of the community when labor laws fall short.
We organize campaigns and events including protests, rallies, press conferences, and forums.
We bring decades of expertise and deep relationships to struggles where solidarity will make the winning difference.
The Labor Committee on Immigrant Worker Rights (LCIWR) is a project of Chicago Jobs with Justice bringing together unions and worker centers that are representing and organizing immigrant workers, both documented and undocumented, to advocate for meaningful immigration reforms and an end to deportations, as well to mobilize to protect workers from retaliation for organizing based on immigration status.
The Labor Committee on Immigrant Worker Rights meets on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 10 AM at Jobs with Justice.
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