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[NJFAC] Good Jobs for All Virtual Town Hall Meeting

New Haven, CT - Discussion of Employment, Health Care andSocial, Economic, and Environmental JusticeWednesday, September 29, 2021, at 7 PM
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Virtual Town Hall Meeting, September 29, 2021
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  New Haven, CT

Good Jobs for All Virtual Town Hall Meeting
Discussion of Employment, Health Care and
Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice
Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 7 PM

Free to attend and open to all. Register here.

Dr. Phil Harvey
Professor of Law and Economics at Rutgers Law School
Philip Harvey is a human rights economist and one of the world's foremost authorities on the right to work. In recent years he worked closely with Rep. John Conyers, designing and drafting legislation that would guarantee this right in the United States, as advocated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt over 70 years ago. Dr. Harvey advised Rep. Conyers on the design and drafting of H.R. 1000 ("The Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment and Training Act"). He is a founding member of the National Jobs for All Network.
Professor Harvey received his B.A. degree from Yale University, his Ph.D. in economics from the New School for Social Research, and his J.D. from Yale Law School.
Aziz Dehkan
Connecticut Roundtable on Climate and Jobs  
Rosana G. Ferraro
Social Welfare Action Alliance, Connecticut Chapter
Holly Hackett
Medicare For All CT; 
Greater New Haven Coalition for People 
Kim Hart
Witnesses To Hunger
Dr. Henry Lowendorf
Greater New Haven Peace Council
Frank Panzarella
Labor History Association Troubadour; Union Leader & Organizer: Local 1990 International Association of Machinists
Senator Gary Winfield
CT State Senator 10th District - New Haven
Manuel Camacho
Youth President, Ice the Beef, Junior at Hillhouse High School
Dr. Trudy Goldberg
Chair, National Jobs For All Network  
Sarianna Sabbarese
SCSU Graduate Depts. of Social Work & Women's and Gender Studies
Host Dr. Stephen Monroe Tomczak
Professor of Social Welfare Policy and Community Organization, Southern Connecticut State University Department of Social Work


National Jobs For All Network
Social Welfare Action Alliance - CT Chapter (SWAA-CT)
SCSU - Rapid Response Team (RRT)
SCSU Social Work Department
The Greater New Haven Peace Council
CT Roundtable on Climate and Jobs
HUSKY 4 Immigrants Campaign
Witnesses To Hunger - New Haven
Contact: Sarianna Sabbarese at ssabbarese@gmail.com

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The National Jobs for All Network is dedicated to the proposition that meaningful employment is a precondition for a fulfilling life and that every person capable of working should have the right to a job. As part of our mission, the NJFAN promotes discussion, encourages networking, and disseminates information concerning the problem of unemployment, the struggle for workers' rights, and the goal of guaranteeing decent work for everyone who wants it.

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We are publishing this newsletter to provide a public forum where the multiple groups and countless individuals interested in promoting this goal can learn what others are doing to promote the jobs guarantee idea, build public support for it, and pursue legislative initiatives to implement it.

We invite our readers to:
  • Help us establish a Jobs for All Action clearinghouse by informing us of publications, actions, and events that promote a jobs guarantee and related economic justice goals to share the information with other readers
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  • Provide names and email addresses of individuals to whom we may send subsequent issues of the Jobs for All Newsletter.
Please send your updates and contact suggestions to njfan@njfac.org. Thanks so much in advance for your help in building this important social movement.

The views expressed in the articles published in the Jobs for All newsletter (including those authored by editors and writers of the newsletter and board members of the NJFAN) are not necessarily those of the NJFAN as an organization. We hope that the newsletter will become a forum of discussion and debate among jobs-for-all/full-employment/right-to-work/job-guarantee advocates. With that goal in mind, we plan to add a letter to the editor section to the newsletter and also encourage readers to email us at newsletter@njfac.org to suggest articles they would like to contribute to the newsletter. We promise a quick response.

Newsletter Committee
Trudy Goldberg (editor); Chuck Bell and Charlotte Wilhelm (production managers); Frank Stricker; Philip Harvey; Stephen Monroe Tomczak (Movement News); Logan Martinez; June Zaccone (Full Count and NJFAN website) and Noreen Connell.

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