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- Casa de Maryland CASA’s primary mission is to work with the community to improve the quality of life and fight for equal treatment and full access to resources and opportunities for low-income Latinos and their families. CASA also works with other low-income immigrant communities and organizations, makes its programs and activities available to them, and advocates for social, political, and economic justice for all low-income communities.
DC Employment Justice Center
The mission of the EJC is to secure, protect and promote workplace justice in the D.C. metropolitan area. EJC combines legal services, community education, organizing, and advocacy work to achieve justice for low-wage workers.
- DC Jobs with Justice DC Jobs with Justice is a coalition of labor organizations, community groups, religious organizations and student groups dedicated to protecting the rights of working people and supporting community struggles to build a more just society.
- DC Vote Dedicated to securing full voting representation in Congress for the residents of the District of Columbia, DC Vote was founded in 1998 to publicize the fact that more than half a million Americans living in our nation's capital have no congressional voting rights. They have no vote for jobs, no vote for health care, no vote for education or any issue debated and voted on by the U.S. Congress.
- International Labor Communications Association (ILCA)
- Jewish Labor Committee
Jews United for Justice
Seeks to organize a visible Jewish presence and take action in local campaigns for social and economic justice in the metro Washington DC area.
- Labor Heritage Foundation The Labor Heritage Foundation (LHF), which works to strengthen the labor movement through the use of music and the arts, organizes the annual Conference on Creative Organizing and Great Labor Arts Exchange. Find out all about the Conference and Exchange at the LHF website, which is also a terrific resource for labor arts, from an extensive online catalogue of music, videos and posters to an Inventory of American Labor Landmarks, Union Song Parodies, Chants For a Lively Picket Line and the proverbial much much more.
- National Whistleblowers Center
Building Power for Working Families! Founded in 2001, Progressive Maryland is rapidly emerging as one of the most powerful and effective political organizations in the state. PM passes pro-working family legislation and elects candidates who shares progressive values. PM is a permanent organization of thousands of individual dues-paying members along with institutional affiliates, including some of the strongest labor unions, faith communities, and civil rights groups in the state.