Thursday, August 26, 2021

 These two community organizing efforts might be of interest.

Utility Consumers Rights. 

As Ameren and Spire seek rate increases, a strong coalition of groups is seeking to organize consumers to resist these increases and to improve the treatment of consumers by the utilities. 

To participate in these efforts contact Dana Gray, Community Outreach Coordinator at Tower Grove Neighborhoods at or 314-865-5530 or 776-3472.

From: LadyAshley Gregory <>

Sent: Wednesday, August 25, 2021 9:54 AM

Subject: [External] DRT Canvassing Volunteers Needed!


Good Morning,

I wanted to share a volunteer canvassing opportunity: Community canvassing in the 22nd Ward to spread the word about the Defund. Re-envision. Transform. and Close the Workhouse campaigns! At this time we need more volunteers! Can you join or help spread the word?

FTF is a member of the Defund. Re-envision. Transform. coalition. Alongside our partners Action St. Louis, ArchCity Defenders, and CAPCR (the Coalition Against Police Crimes and Repression), we are advocating for the transformation of St. Louis' public safety system and the establishment of holistic violence prevention programs in place of the over-policing and surveillance that currently permeates communities across the region.

The Community Canvass will take place on August 28, 2021 from 10-1pm. You can sign-up here and should expect further event details a few days before the canvass.

Please be advised that COVID protocols, including appropriate social distancing and mask wearing will be practiced for the duration of the event. 

In partnership,

LadyAshley Gregory (she/they)

Director of Community Partnerships

The Racial Healing+Justice Fund—a three-year and $2 million investment in St. Louis racial healing and justice initiatives has launched-- Learn more here

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

 The purpose of this Blog Site is to allow for input from St. Louis Jewish Community Activists to give updates on various projects. 

These entries are the opinion and statements of each poster and have not been vetted by JUJ.

Sunday, August 22, 2021

Welcome to the new JUJ Blog

Welcome to the new Blog site for

JUJ - Jews United for Justice.

The JUJ website  will remain active - to be used for learning more about JUJ, its history, its many projects, accessing Resources for Activitsts and much more.

The purpose of this Blog Site is to allow for inlput frrom our activists who would like to give updates on their various projects.  

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