On January 4th, the Center for Lifelong Learning and Jewish War Veterans Post 567 will host a discussion with State Legislators from District 19 concerning issues currently being faced in the politics in Annapolis. The program will be co-sponsored by Jews United for Justice and will feature legislators from District 19 including Senator Roger Manno and Delegates Bonnie Cullison, Benjamin F. Kramer, and Marice Morales. The program will be held Thursday afternoon, January 4th at 2:00 PM in the Potomac Room of Clubhouse 1. Light refreshments will be served. Residents are asked to register with E&R for the program.
Jews United for Justice (JUFJ) is a grassroots organization that brings together Jews and other minority groups from around Montgomery County, DC and Baltimore to act on shared Jewish values by pursuing justice and equality through civic engagement at the state and local level. They have been active in seeking higher minimum wages, parental paid leave, as well as fighting discrimination. As part of the program, the discussion will be about the issues being championed by the organization and attendees will hear from the state legislators about their 2018 legislative priorities. The program is similar one held in Leisure World last year.
If you would like to learn more about Jews United for Justice or have questions about the program, contact Laura Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-813-4776.