Urban/Rural Power Building Orientations aim to continue fostering multi-racial working-class movement

Labor, faith and community leaders are invited to participate in Missouri Jobs with Justice’s Urban/Rural Power Building Orientations to continue building a multi-racial working-class movement in Missouri.

“Without a multi-racial, state-wide coalition, Prop A (“right-to-work”) would not have been defeated in 2018,” said The Rev. Dr. Teresa Danieley, St. Louis Champions Organizer for Missouri Jobs with Justice.

“It is not only the right thing to do morally and spiritually, it is absolutely necessary to build power to win in Missouri. These Orientations introduce the work that Missouri Jobs with Justice and other MOVE (Missouri Organizing and Voter Engagement collaborative) partner organizations have been intentionally involved in for the past year.”

The first Orientation session was held April 4. There will be another Urban/Rural Power Building Orientation on Monday, May 13 from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service, 4116 McClay Rd, St Charles, MO 63304.

The Orientation is free, but space is limited. Register by contacting Rev. Dr. Danieley at teresa@mojwj.org or by calling 314-503-7415.


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