Dylan on Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute

Over the weekend of July 6th, over sixty leaders from around the country gathered at Mack Market to participate in the second immersion offered by the Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute.

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Miriam's thoughts on Good Pitch Local Detroit

This Tuesday I had the pleasure of attending Good Pitch Local Detroit

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Shabbaton & Sustainability

Our Shabbaton (intensive leadership retreat) was a lab for community building, political education, and making environmentally sustainable decisions. 

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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. 

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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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