KC Workers’ Rights Board Annual Meeting

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 […]

KC Council REPEALS Minimum Wage Increase

Today we are disheartened that the KC Council repealed the minimum wage increase to $13 by 2020 they passed back in July. This means tens of thousands of workers in our city who were about to get a much needed raise will continue to be left in poverty. We would like to give a big […]

MO JwJ Hosts Town Hall on Medicaid Expansion

Town Hall on Medicaid Expansion Come to a Town Hall meeting to find out about Medicaid expansion, and why we need it. Come learn how it would benefit Missouri, and those who fall in the Medicaid coverage “gap.” Mary, Mother of the Church 5901 Kerth Road St. Louis, MO 63128 Tuesday, October 6 6:30pm – […]

Workers Win! “Right-to-Work” Defeated in the Missouri Legislature!

VICTORY!!! Minutes ago, “Right-to-Work” failed to override Governor Nixon’s veto. Strong bi-partisan opposition against the bill finally put the bill to rest this year. Democrats and Republicans stood for workers and the Middle Class by rejecting this misleading legislation We still have lots of work to do, and MO JwJ will continue working with faith […]

St. Louis Minimum Wage Increase Survives Legal Challenge by Corporate Special Interest Groups

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Richard von Glahn, Richard@mojwj.org WORKERS PRAISE REJECTION OF SPECIAL INTERESTS’ LEGAL MANEUVERS Path cleared for full implementation of St. Louis minimum wage ordinance Missouri Jobs With Justice released the following statement today in response to the rejection of a proposed delay in implementing St. Louis’ minimum wage law: “Raising the […]

VICTORY – St. Louis Raises the Minimum Wage

In a tremendous victory for thousands of workers and allies that stand with them, St. Louis minimum wage is on its way to $11! We applaud the St. Louis Board of Aldermen for voting to raise wages. Thank the Board of Aldermen members who voted to stand with workers. Jobs with Justice, along with our […]

UPDATE – Labor in the Pulpits Participating Services

Labor in the Pulpits, On the Bimah, In the Minbar, September 4-7, 2015 Rev. Dr. Martin J. Rafanan Coordinator of Champions Programs, Missouri Jobs with Justice Each year as the Labor Day Weekend approaches, Missouri Jobs with Justice announces its statewide celebration of Labor in the Pulpits, On the Bimah, In the Minbar. The program […]