Activists Commit to Economic Justice

Becky Moeller and Joerg RiegerA diverse crowd of 65 attended our Town Hall Meeting for Economic Justice on September 25 at UAW 848 Hall in Grand Prairie, Texas. No more than six of them were from any individual union local or organization, and most organizations were represented by only two or three activists. Bringing sincere activists together has been the main mission of North Texas Jobs with Justice since it was founded in that same union hall in 1990.

Several of the participants were recognized for the contributions they are making in present-day worker struggles.

The agenda consisted of rousing talks by Texas AFL-CIO President Becky Moeller and internationally renowned theologian Rev. Dr. Joerg Rieger. Audience participation then provided more insights and inspiration.


Some of the points President Moeller made:

Some of the points made by Dr. Joerg Rieger:

Some of the points made in audience discussion:

The event began with the singing of labor’s anthem, “Solidarity Forever.” It ended in fellowship and congratulations among all the participants.

Clay Jenkins in audience

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