Meet our Interim Volunteer Coordinator!

Meet our Interim Volunteer Coordinator! 

Molly McClure, our current Volunteer Coordinator, will be out on parental leave (Molly’s having a baby!) from mid-June until December. In the meantime, we welcome Raven Willoughby to our CJJC family! Come say goodbye to
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One more step towards protecting immigrant rights

 On May 24th CJJC members along with allies from Filipinos Advocates for Justice, Street Level Health Clinic, and our growing coalition in Alameda County were successful in getting the County Board of Supervisors to pass a resolution in support of the Trust
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May Day: March for Immigrant Rights

May Day’s March for Immigrant & Worker Rights drew thousands of people to San Francisco streets. Five years ago, the massive crowds who turned out in support of immigrant rights and finding a path to citizenship and legalization surprised the
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Hispanic Caucus to Obama: Freeze S-Comm

Lee Romney / Los Angeles Times May 5, 2011 |  6:22 pm The Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Thursday asked President Obama to freeze the controversial immigration enforcement program known as Secure Communities — one day after the state of Illinois attempted to
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Push-Back against S-Comm

AB1081, the Trust Act, passed its first hurdle Tuesday as supporters packed the small room inside the state capitol. Outside the doors a long line winded down the hall as people waited to testify in support of the bill, including
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One World. One Movement. Join us

ONE WORLD. ONE MOVEMENT. JOIN US Sunday, May 1 AND Tuesday, May 3, 2011 Stop the Attack on All Working Families TWO DAYS OF ACTIONS AND RALLIES in SF May 1 & May 3!! Workers, immigrants and low-income communities demand
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Tax the Rich Shuffle in 7 Cities

Tax The Rich!NATIONAL TAX DAY FLASHMOB TARGETSWEALTHY CORPORATIONS TO PAY FAIR SHARE: SF CITY HALL WEDDING AND TAX THE RICH SHUFFLE (for more photos click here) At least 100 people pulled a stealth move inside SF City Hall on
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Noncriminals swept up in federal deportation program

Copyright © 2011, Los Angeles Times
Noncriminals swept up in federal deportation program.
Secure Communities, a federal program launched in 2008 with the stated goal of identifying and deporting more undocumented immigrants’ convicted of serious crimes,’ has netted many noncriminals
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The Legacy of Manning Marable: 1950-2011

Two decades in the making, Manning Marable’s nearly 600-page biography, Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, is described as a reevaluation of Malcolm X’s life, providing new insights into the circumstances of his assassination, as well as raising questions about
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CJJC continues fight for immigrant rights

Angelica is crying. She’s remembering the time her husband was pulled over by police while driving in a Bay Area city. It seemed like a random stop — perhaps a rosary hanging from the rear view mirror, maybe a drive
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Saving Tosha’s Home

We issued the call. You answered.   You helped Causa Justa :: Just Cause support Tosha Hodge and saved her home Photo: from left, Alma Blackwell, Gerthina Harris, CJJC members. On March 7, we issued an urgent action alert for people
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Protestors tell lawmakers: “Have a Heart!”

Proposed housing cuts would affect
programs for urban poor
Protestors chain themselves
to Federal Building 
More than 100 people braved the chill and pouring rain to gather in front of San Francisco City Hall and then marched to the Federal
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East Bay tenants win right to water!

On Tuesday, East Bay tenants won a huge victory when the East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD) Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution that will keep water on for tenants in multi-unit properties. Three years ago, Causa Justa member
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Support our success!

As you know, 2010 has been a momentous year for Causa Justa :: Just Cause. While the recession looms low over the horizon and working-class communities continue to be pitted against each other, Causa Justa :: Just Cause is defying
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25th Anniversary Event

On September 16th, 2010, Causa Justa :: Just Cause will be celebrating 25 years of struggle in San Francisco, and we want you to join us! Prior to the merge with Just Cause Oakland, St. Peter’s Housing Committee had been
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We’re moving!

After 17 years on Valencia Street, Causa Justa’s San Francisco office is moving! As of July 1, you can find us at the new Plaza Adelante at: 2301 Mission Street, Suite 201 San Francisco, CA 94110 (on the corner of
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By the time we get to Arizona

You may have heard that on May 29th, thousands of concerned people will be converging on Phoenix, Arizona to voice their outrage and protest of SB 1070, the racist, anti-immigrant law passed in that state last month. Local organizers have
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Bay Area Cities Stand Up Against Arizona Law

On May 1, immigrants took to the streets in massive nationwide protests to demand full equality, legalization, labor rights, and an end to deportations. The marches—the largest this country has seen since 2006— took place on the heels of the
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