A Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of 1963 Historic Washington March for Jobs and Freedom (Panel Discussion)

A Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of 1963 Historic Washington March for Jobs and Freedom (Panel Discussion) Wednesday, August 2, 2023, 1:00 p.m ET virtual panel discussion Sixty years ago this summer, hundreds of thousands of Americans convened in Washington, DC to advocate for civil and economic rights for all. While best known for Dr. Martin Luther… Read More A Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of 1963 Historic Washington March for Jobs and Freedom (Panel Discussion)

NJFAN and a 21st Century Economic Bill of Rights

By Philip Harvey From its founding in 1994, the goal of the National Jobs for All Network* has been a federal government commitment to ensure the availability of useful, living-wage work for every job seeker in the country—regardless of local or national economic conditions. Chief among the sources of inspiration for our goal is President… Read More NJFAN and a 21st Century Economic Bill of Rights

NJFAN 9/29/21 Virtual Town Hall Meeting (Part 1)

Organized by National Jobs for All Network members on 9/29/21 in New Haven Connecticut, this Zoom town hall meeting features academics and activists working to further progressive priorities, and in particular a national jobs bill in congress.   Link:  Jobs for All Network Town Hall Meeting (Part 1) Welcome Land Acknowledgment  Sarianna Sabbarese     Labor… Read More NJFAN 9/29/21 Virtual Town Hall Meeting (Part 1)

A Grassroots Super PAC: How Voters Can Win a Federal Jobs Program

Harrison Hiner, a labor activist and full-employment advocate from Texas, looks back on his decision to create a Super Political Action Committee. By HARRISON HINER Super PACs have a bad reputation, and understandably so. Wealthy corporations and financial groups regularly use super PACs to spend large sums of money to influence the outcomes of elections… Read More A Grassroots Super PAC: How Voters Can Win a Federal Jobs Program