2018 Jobs with Justice Ad Book

Thank you to all the labor unions, community organizations, congregations, businesses and JwJ allies that supported our annual ad book!  We are grateful for your continued support and are proud to stand with you in the fight for workers’ rights and economic justice.  Check out the book here: 2018 JwJ Ad book

15th Ward Democrats – St. Louis
AFGE Local 3354
AFSCME Council 61
AFT Local 691
Almar Printing
American Income Life
APRI, Kansas City
APRI, St Louis
APWU Local 67
APWU Retirees
Bambinos
Blake and Uhlig, PA
Boilermakers Local 83
Bordeau Immigration Law
Bread and Roses Missouri
Bricklayers Local 15
CBM Strategies
CBTU, Kansas City
CBTU, St Louis
Central Reform Congregation
CLUW, St Louis
Coalition of Grad Workers
Creative Litho, Inc
Suzanne Crews
Cross Border Network
CWA Local 6300
CWA Local 6301
CWA Local 6316
CWA Local 6360
Demos
Dobson, Goldberg, Berns, & Rich, LLP
Empower Missouri
Episcopal Diocese of Missouri
Electrical Workers Minority Caucus
The Fairness Project
Father Michael Gillgannon
Goodwin Insurance Agency
Greater Kansas City AFL-CIO
Hammond and Shinners, P.C.
Hartnett, Gladney, Hetterman, LLC
Heartland Alliance for Progress
Heartland Labor Forum
Craig Hosmer for City Council
IAFF Local 42
IATSE Local 6
IBEW Local 2
IBEW Local 124
The Ink Spot
Insulators Local 1
Iron Workers District Council of St. Louis
Iron Workers Local 10
Iron Workers Local 396
IUEC Local 12
Jefferson County Labor Political Committee
Labor Tribune
Jim Lappe, CPA
Representative Deb Lavender
LEPCI
LIUNA Local 110
Lona’s Lil’ Eats
Machinists Local Lodge 777
Machinists Local Lodge 1345
Representative Tracy McCreery
Tom Mendelson
Missouri AFL-CIO
Missouri Budget Project
Missouri NEA
Missouri Rural Crisis Center
MADP
Mokabe’s Coffeehouse
MORE2
Representative Judy Morgan
Neighbors Credit Union
Charlie Norr
Nourish KC
Organization for Black Struggle
Peace Christian Church UCC
Peace Economy Project
Plowsharing Crafts
Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 178
Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 360
Councilman Jermain Reed
Roofers Local 2
The Royale
Martin Rucker
Councilman Mike Schilling
Schuchat, Cook & Werner
Senator Jill Schupp
SEIU HC – Missouri
SEIU Local 1
SEIU MO-KS State Council
Sheet Metal Workers (SMART) Local 2
Southeast Missouri Central Labor Council
Southwest Diner
St. Cronan’s Catholic Church
St. John’s Episcopal Church
St. Louis Labor Council
St. Louis Pre-Sort
St. Louis Workers’ Rights Board
St. Marks Episcopal Church
Steelworkers Local 662
Steelworkers District 7, Subdistrict 2
Steelworkers District 11
Dennis Sweeny
Teamsters 6
Teamsters 41
Teamsters 245
Teamsters 600
Teamsters 618
Teamsters, International
Trinity Episcopal Church
UAW Local 249
UFCW Local 88
UFCW Local 655
Ullico
United Media Guild
UNITE-HERE Local 74
Senator Gina Walsh
Women’s Voices Raised for Social Justice
Alderwoman Sarah Wood Martin

CLEAN Missouri & Raise Up Missouri Qualified

It’s official, CLEAN Missouri and Raise Up Missouri have officially qualified and will be on the ballot in November!  Because of the hard work of volunteers across the state, Missouri is changing and will raise its minimum wage and begin to get big money out of politics.

Our volunteers gathered an astounding 81,000 signatures for CLEAN Missouri and 55,000 signatures for Raise Up Missouri.  This was the largest volunteer signature gathering program in Missouri history!

Now we begin the important work of educating and engaging voters across the state leading up to the election.

Click the links for more information on Amendment 1 and Proposition B.


The Defeat of Prop A

We did it! Over a year and a half ago politicians in Jefferson City attacked working families in Missouri when they passed their harmful ‘Right to Work’ law. But working people across the state stood up and fought back. We gathered signatures in every corner of Missouri to put the issue before the voters, we knocked doors, we made phone calls, we organized! It was a lot of work, but it paid off with the defeat of Proposition A!

Proposition A would have been devastating to not only our labor unions, but to all working families in Missouri, and this victory is critical to maintaining worker power. But we know that the Missouri General Assembly is not done attacking us or our unions.  So while we celebrate our awesome victory, we also need to keep the momentum going.

The defeat of Proposition A can be a turning point for Missouri. We’ve shown that when we stand together we can take on corporate power and win; let’s keep the victories for Missouri’s working families coming by passing Amendment 1 and Proposition B in November!


No on Prop A Moved to Aug 7th

Shortly before ending the 2018 legislative session, politicians in Jefferson City moved the vote on Proposition A to August.  Proposition A is a referendum is a statewide ballot referendum giving Missouri voters, not politicians the final say on “right-to-work.”

We know that Prop A is wrong for Missouri.  It will drive down wages, fail to create jobs and undermine Missouri’s economy.  It’s clear that if Prop A passes, out-of-touch politicians and greedy CEOs will be the only ones who win.

We will be there on August 7th to vote No!  Tell your friends and neighbors about the new date and to vote No on Prop A.


CLEAN Missouri & Raise Up Missouri Signatures are IN!

After countless months of gathering signatures across the state, we turned in 346,956 signatures for CLEAN Missouri and 206,992 for Raise Up Missouri.

Missouri Jobs with Justice volunteers were the rock of these campaigns, collecting 81,000 for CLEAN and 55,000 for Raise Up Missouri.

Thank you to everyone who collected signatures, signed petitions, engaged their friends and neighbors and chipped in to make this happen! Without people like you this would not have been possible.

While we take a moment to celebrate this accomplishment, we know our work is not over. We are ready to keep going to make sure in November we raise the minimum wage and take the power back from special interests and big donors in Jefferson City.