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

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

A Proposal for a Federal Job Guarantee

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Introduced a Resolution Calling for a Federal Job Guarantee on Feb. 18.   BY GREGORY N. HEIRES The fight for economic justice is picking up steam as the pandemic-induced economic crisis underscores our economic and political system’s deep inequities. U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass) introduced a resolution on Feb. 18 calling for a… Read More A Proposal for a Federal Job Guarantee

Building the Movement for Economic Equality: Update on Coronavirus Recovery and Reform (September 2020)

View HTML Version of Full Newsletter National Jobs for All Network _______________________________________________________________________ P.O. Box 96, Lynbrook, NY 11563 · njfan@njfac.org · www.njfac.org  Issue #4, September 2020 The Jobs for All Newsletter: Building a Social Movement for the Job Guarantee In this issue: NJFAN Rallies Supporters to Press Federal Government for New Legislation to Address Coronavirus Crisis A Missing… Read More Building the Movement for Economic Equality: Update on Coronavirus Recovery and Reform (September 2020)