The Next Generation of Organizers and Leaders

The Students for Economic Justice (SEJ) summer fellowship is an intensive six-week program for committed student activists. The fellows gain hands-on organizing experience in a local campaign for economic justice, and also receive skills and informational trainings from experienced organizers and community leaders. The goal of the program is to build the next generation of young leaders and community organizers who will effectively push forward social change and economic justice in San Diego.

With us… And against us

San Diego City Beat While Councilmember Chris Ward works for equal pay, congressional reps duck the people With us…  There were many lessons to take away from the San Diego Women’s March back in January. These lessons were not lost on

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LACK OF HOURS HITS MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE

Tens of thousands of San Diego’s low wage workers got raises today, but boosting the minimum wage from $9 to $10 per hour won’t do much against the region’s high cost of living. Nichanora Montenegro got a raise today, to

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