Monthly Archives: July 2016

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UPDATE (8/10/16): The Budget and Finance Committee of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors tabled the Fair Share Homeless and Housing Impact Technology Tax on August 1. A number of community groups, including Jobs With Justice San Francisco, plan to gather signatures from the public and place the initiative on the ballot at the… Read More»

We are mourning and facing anxiety about the many forms of murder and violence we see over and over in our communities. Jobs With Justice does not support violence in any form. We are grieving with the families of the men and women murdered this month. The killing of Alton… Read More»

Original photo via Flickr user zooboing
Original photo via Flickr user zooboing

A recent study has proven what millions of working people have known for years: Work is stressful, and many employers only make things worse. A new poll from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that among working adults who have felt… Read More»

Photo via The All-Nite Images
Photo via The All-Nite Images

Tamara Draut, the Vice President of Policy and Research at Demos, published her latest book, “Sleeping Giant: How America’s New Working Class Will Transform America,” this spring. Draut delves into not just the struggles facing working families, but the incredible power and potential of our new working class to change our… Read More»