Missouri Jobs with Justice is a coalition of more than 100 community, labor, student, and faith-based groups committed to fighting together for economic justice. By working together this year, students, clergy, community members, and union members from all across Missouri participated in defeating some of the worst assaults on workers’ rights and in defending important protections for working people.
Learn more about our work to organize community support for workers treated unjustly and/or illegally in the workplace and to address the root causes of poverty while working for an economy that works for everyone. Your donation will be tax-deductible.
A worker in Missouri earning minimum wage takes home just about $300 a week — that’s not enough to live on, especially when you’re trying to raise a family. We’re taking our fight for $15 to the next level.
Special interests are trying to cut our education, health care, and public safety services. That’s just wrong. We should be investing in our city for the future of all our families. We’re fighting back by voting YES on Prop E and YES on Prop 1 on April 5th. Learn more and join us today.
Today the Kansas City Workers’ Rights Board held their 3rd Annual Meeting at the APWU – The American Postal Workers Union Local 67. Over 40 community leaders came to together to celebrate their work this past year in various Missouri Jobs with Justice campaigns. Our KC Workers’ Rights Board continues to grow and use its […]