Each of us has a choice. We can stand up – give our time, energy and money – and be part of the movement for greater racial and economic justice. Or we can sit it out.
Thank you to all of the amazing volunteers across the state who helped pass Earned Sick Time for all MA workers! Together, we knocked on 80,000 doors, made 25,000 calls, and reached 27,500+ people in the pews to turn out the vote for Question 4.
This fall, faith communities across Massachusetts are urging congregants and voters to vote Yes on Question 4 on Earned Sick Time as an important moral and family issue.
After collecting tens of thousands of signatures to raise the minimum wage, MCAN leaders celebrate Gov. Deval Patrick's signing of legislation to increase the state minimum wage to $11, raising wages for 600,000 people.
June 15, 2015
On June 9, hundreds packed into the State House Gardner Auditorium to show support for the Jobs Not Jails mandatory minimums hearing - with over 200 unable to fit. MCAN leaders and clergy joined the Jobs Not Jails Coalition for a rally & clergy action.
May 26, 2015
The MA Jobs not Jails coalition of which we are a part recently learned that we have been given a hearing at the State House about the Justice Reinvestment Act we’ve been working on.
May 14, 2015
BIC leaders are continuing to guide our efforts to keep the casino out of our city. The fight is not over. BIC leaders are working to lift up the voices of the concerned residents of our community.
May 5, 2015
Our immigrant leaders are working hard to lead workshops and individual screening consultations on eligibility for DAPA and DACA, President Obama’s executive orders on immigration.
In 2013, MCAN gathered 70,000 signatures for a higher minimum wage and earned sick time for all workers. In 2014, we will continue building a multifaith, multiracial movement for social and economic justice. Will you join us?
We are bringing together congregations from across the state to work together for economic dignity as a part of our Massachusetts Faith Voices campaign.
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