Join us for DJJ's 2nd Annual Myra Wolfgang Awards
Thursday, December 17th, 7:30 - 9:00PM
Online - wherever you are
DJJ hosts the Wolfgang Awards each year to honor those who have shown principled tenacity in pursuit of justice. Thank you for joining us for this evening and for the long haul. We can do so much more with your generous support and belief in our work.
Myra Wolfgang, "The Battling Belle of Detroit"
The Jewish Historical Society of Michigan (JHSM) describes Myra Wolfgang as one of the nation’s first women union organizers. A child of Eastern European immigrants, Wolfgang was training at art school during the Great Depression when she had to turn to labor organizing out of necessity. Wolfgang played critical roles in the Woolworths' strike, in several organizing drives throughout Detroit's service industries, and eventually Michigan's first minimum wage law. We are blessed to stand on her shoulders.
|$36.00||1 ticket (at cost)|
|$72.00||at cost + sponsor an activist/student/etc|
|$180.00||2 tickets + a shout-out during the event|
|$18.00||Sponsored ticket (for activists, students, and un(der)employed folks/those on fixed income)|
If none of these ticket levels are accessible for you, know that we want you there! Contact our Organizer for Culture & Resources to inquire about volunteer and sponsorship opportunities.
Your gift over $36.00 on the occasion of the Wolfgang Awards to Detroit Jews for Justice via our fiscal sponsor, Congregation T’chiyah, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is tax-deductible as allowed by law.