The Economic Justice Coalition office will be closed for the following holiday dates: November 23rd and November 24th December 15 through January 2nd. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We look forward to welcoming you back in the new year! For updates, follow our official page on Facebook and Instagram.
Justice Fest is sponsored by the Economic Justice Coalition, Inc. to create awareness and highlight the successes of our community efforts to raise low wages, obtain health benefits, create living-wage jobs and participate in civic engagement. You are invited to come enjoy an extraordinary afternoon of hors d’oeuvres, singing, and powerful presentations by community leaders. […]
Latinx workers on a multimillion dollar development project announce that they have finally been paid for the work they completed nearly a year ago. Labor organizers with the Workers Center at Economic Justice Coalition joined a worker in a delegation meeting with the company to mediate.
Join Economic Justice Coalition and the Athens Community Agenda for a Candidate Forum for the Special Election for District 2 Commissioner.
Immigrant workers can now file labor complaints with local, state, and federal labor agencies without fear that they will end up in deportation proceedings for asserting their rights in the workplace.
You’ve asked, so here it is! Print this sign and hang it in your window at your home or business to let the workers at Creature Comforts know that you’re in their corner.