Leah on her summer organizing internship

Hey everyone! My name is Leah, and I have been interning at DJJ this summer. It’s about time for me to write this blog post to introduce myself and say goodbye as well. 

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#FreeOurFuture

A huge yasher koach* to Mijente for rallying hundreds in San Diego in the face of the zero tolerance immigration policy Operation Streamline. 

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Photos from the PPC

Check out this great album of photos from the Poor People's Campaign! 

 

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Equitable Internet Comes to DJJ

This week DJJ was thrilled to welcome the Equitable Internet Initiative (EII) into our office! 

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This Monday at the Poor People's Campaign

This past Monday I had the privilege of taking part in the Poor People’s Campaign in Detroit, the last of this spring’s 40 days of Moral Action.

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Jake's blog published by DJN

After Jake wrote this heartfelt article about the Poor People's Campaign in Lansing it was picked up by the DJN. 

Read the full article here

 

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Emma Wine on Shabbaton 2018

On June 1-3, nearly 40 DJJ leaders gathered at Camp Tavor for a leadership Shabbaton - a weekend of relationship-building and training. The experience left us rested, re-charged, and re-committed to our work for racial and economic justice. Read Emma Wine's reflection on the experience below!

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Introducing our new intern

Hi Everyone!!

My name is Miriam and I am thrilled to be the new DJJ intern! I am so excited to grow alongside this amazing community.

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Chris' Blog was picked up by the DJN

After Chris Harrison wrote a stunning blog about his dinner with Aurora Levins Morales and other Jews of Color, it was picked up by the Detroit Jewish News.

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Rabbi B on the Poor People's Campaign

"...Rabbi Alana called me and asked if I’d be interested in participating in a civil disobedience with the Poor People’s Campaign. Here’s why I said yes."

Photo by Valerie Jean

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