Black, Brown, and white. We work to build power at our workplaces, in our places of worship, on our campuses through action and strong relationships that are rooted in justice, equity, and solidarity.
No matter what zip code you live in, what job you have, where you’re from, who you love, or what race you are.
Solidarity means we stick together.
Last month, thousands of Columbia residents let our leaders know how we want them to invest in our communities. We spoke out, and the survey
Labor and the LGBTQ+ community have a long history together. From the birth of the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement to the present day, our communities have worked side by side to achieve victories for working people of all races, genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.
For this month’s edition of Building Power Across Missouri, we’re spotlighting St. Louis and the fight for Paid Family Leave! As a new mom, with
I have been a proud, dues-paying member of Missouri Jobs with Justice for twenty years now. Way back then, I was a student at Wash