JUSTICE LEAGUE

 

AMERICA UNDER TRUMP:
WHAT CAN YOU DO RIGHT NOW?

 

1.  RAPID RESPONSE

Stay tuned. 

 

2.  Ongoing Actions

a) “American Jews To Congress: Don’t Set Democracy Back” Open Letter

Send a message to your Member of Congress right now and ask them to vote against the Midnight Rules Relief and REINS Acts which could change the regulatory process and balance of power in our government. Sign it here.

            b) Jobs for refugees in the Bay Area

The International Rescue Committee is looking for jobs for new refugees in the Bay Area.  Please take a few minutes to think through positions in your company (s) or within your network that could be possibilities. Please fill out this form with any possible positions.  Pass along as appropriate.

 

3. Kitchen House Parties

We'll reflect on living in America post-election and discuss directions for working towards common goals. 

Wednesday, February 22 at 6:30PM. Civics 101 + Letter Writing with Jeff Silver. RSVP for address.  

Stay tuned for more in the making. To get involved, click here

 

4. LEARN WITH US

“Citizen” / Class taught by Rabbi Kushner: This moment in our national history and our role in it via Torah and modern sources. Meets Thursday nights from 6:00pm-8:00pm on Jan 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 16, 23. For more info and to sign-up, click here.

 

5. Share Your Privilege

Make a gift to:
Planned Parenthood Action Fund
Color of Change
ACLU
NAACP
Council on American Islamic Relations
350.org

 

6.  Stay in the Know

The Kitchen Justice League Facebook group is the best place to go for more info on our events and to connect with other members.

Jewish Community of Action Against Hate is a new Facebook group that is committed to speaking out against racism, bigotry, anti-semitism, and homophobia.

 


Click on the calendar to the right for more detailed descriptions of learning and services opportunities.


UPCOMING

Mark your calendar for the Justice League's upcoming events:


WHAT IS THE JUSTICE LEAGUE?

The prophet Jeremiah said "Work for the good of the city to which I have carried you...for when it prospers, you will also prosper." We think he might've had something. We're thinking about San Francisco and how we can work on taking care of the people who make it home. 

See, we think that we're here in the world to help bridge the gap between the world as it is and the world as it ought to be. So we're weaving the pursuit of justice, equality and dignity for all people into the fabric of what we do.

You in? There's work to do here and we need your help.