Join Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice for a special online celebration of champions advancing the movement for economic justice in Southern California!
MEET THE HONOREES!
Rev. Dr. Najuma Smith-Pollard is a key leader of Clergy For Black Lives and develops clergy for civic engagement and community development at USC's Cecil Murray Center.
Rev. Tom Carey of Church of the Epiphany (Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles) is a joyfully “committed foot soldier” in the struggle for justice.
Kent Wong of UCLA Labor Center is an exemplary educator, leader and activist in the cause of dignity and fair work for all.
At 97, Harriette Ellis has an eight-decade record as an activist and advocate for economic and immigration justice. She remains an active member of CLUE in Long Beach.
Khmer Girls in Action (KGA) is all about building the power and leadership of Southeast Asian youth to fight for gender, racial, and economic justice.
As we continue to navigate COVID-19, we will come together virtually for an evening of inspiration and hope, with proceeds benefiting CLUE.
Every gift you make helps to advocate for a just economy that works for all and protects those most vulnerable: low-wage workers, immigrants, and communities of color.
All donations made are charitable contributions and benefit CLUE.
For more information, visit https://www.cluejustice.org/.
How will you get your limited edition CLUE merch? Jacki Weber, CLUE's Development Director, will contact you for your shirt size and delivery preferences.