Join the Greater Boston Jewish and Labor communities to celebrate our shared traditions and strengthen our work together.
Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
(5-6.00 schmooze time)
Dinner will be served
The Jewish tradition obligates us to relive the Exodus and liberation story of Passover in every generation. The Labor Seder is a unique interfaith opportunity through which labor and Jewish community leaders and activists continue to build bridges. We hope that you will join us at the table to learn more about current worker struggles right here in Greater Boston, find ways to get involved in meaningful campaigns for social justice, and rejoice with us in the ancient and joyful holiday of Passover.
The Workers of Harvard-owned DoubleTree Hotel
Unite Here Local 26 Campaign
The Fast Food Workers
‘Fight for $15’ Campaign
The Adjunct Faculty
SEIU 509 Campaign
Gold Co-Sponsor: UNITE HERE Local 26
Co-sponsors: Moishe/Kavod House, Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action, Boston JCRC, and Boston Workmen’s Circle
Suggested Ticket Donation: $54 ($18 for low-income). All are welcome regardless of donation.
To RSVP, register on this website or email Marya Axner, Regional Director at New EnglandJLC@jewishlabor.org or call (617) 227-0888
To buy an ad email Marya Axner, Regional Director at New EnglandJLC@jewishlabor.org or call (617) 227-0888
Deadline for ads: March 9th, 2015
Send checks to: Jewish Labor Committee, 18 Tremont Street #320, Boston, MA 02108 or pay through this website.
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