InGathering Keynote Speakers: Daniel Flaming and Ched Myers

InGathering Keynote Speakers: Daniel Flaming and Ched Myers
We are pleased to announce our two keynote speakers for CLUE-LA’s upcoming InGathering: Daniel Flaming and Rev. Ched Myers. They will address the many ways workers struggle for dignity and fair wages in their jobs and the critical need for a robust living wage, both locally and throughout the nation.  Daniel Flaming will present findings from the Los Angeles Economic Roundtable, while Rev. Ched Myers will lead an in-depth text study surrounding economic principles from a Christian perspective. We will also hear from local worker leaders in the midst of the struggle to change the LA economy.

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Daniel Flaming is President of the Los Angeles Economic Roundtable, a non-profit organization which conducts economic, social and environmental research that contributes to the sustainability of individuals and communities.  Daniel has led more than 40 major research projects at the Economic Roundtable including most recently four projects documenting the case for raising wages for the working-poor labor force. 

Rev. Ched Myers is an activist theologian, biblical scholar and popular educator. Widely known for his work surrounding what he has termed “Sabbath Economics,” for thirty years he has both challenged and encouraged Christians to engage in peace and justice work, engaging in radical discipleship. 

Please join us at Holman United Methodist Church for a morning of learning and shared dialogue together with tools for congregational engagement. An opportunity for taking action will immediately follow the event.

Delicious lunch with vegetarian and kosher options provided for $15; please contact us if you have any questions.  After you register for the event, you will be taken to a page to allow you to pay in advance for the lunch.
Thank you!
Rabbi Jonathan, Pastor Bridie, and the Entire CLUE-LA Staff and Board

February 25, 2014 at 11am – 1pm
Holman United Methodist Church
3320 W Adams Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90018
United States
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Lunch and Learns at ICWJ! Bring your Lunch and Inquisitive Mind!

 Meet at our
NEW Office:
3758 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92104
RSVP with Elizabeth
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All Are Welcome!
Bring A Friend!

“The only thing better than education is
more education”
Agnes E. Benedict

Winter Session:
Faith and Social Justice in Diverse Traditions
Tuesdays 12:00 p.m.  – 1:30 p.m.
March 4, 2014 through April 1, 2014
Protestant and Evangelical Christianity
Reverend J. Lee Hill, Jr. and Reverend Wayne Riggs
March 4
Sister Justine Church, MMS
March 11
Imam Taha Hassane
March 18
Rabbi Laurie Coskey
March 25
Unitarian Universalism
Reverend Dr. Beth A. Johnson
April 1
Spring Session:
What you always wanted to know about Labor
Tuesdays 12:00 p.m.  – 1:30 p.m.
May 6, 2014 through May 27, 2014
A Snapshot of the U.S. Labor Movement
Kelly Mayhew and Jim Miller
May 6
San Diego Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow:
A Panel of Labor Leaders
Panelists: Virginia Cobb, Brigette Browning, and Richard Barrera
May 13
Let’s talk about Contracts, Neutrality, and
Project Labor Agreements
Instructors: Mickey Kasparian and Murtaza Buxamusa, Ph.D.
May 20
Field Trip to the Electricians Training Facility –
What it takes to become a Journeyman
Johnny Simpson and IBEW staff
May 27
                                                            Fall Session: Changemakers and Changemaking
Classes include:  Theories of Community Organizing • Facts Matter •
Boots on the Ground: A panel of Changemakers • Looking Forward in Policy Making and Change Making
                                           Changemaker teachers for this great series  will be announced in the Spring.

Training: Orientation to the Deportation Process

Training: Orientation to the Deportation Process

Join us tomorrow Wednesday February 12, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM for our monthly EBIIC meeting. We will have a special Orientation to the Deportation Process given by Centro Legal de la Raza, especially for FAITH allies, leaders and volunteers.

What: Orientation to the Deportation Process
Where: University Lutheran Chapel (2425 College Ave. Berkeley)
When: February 12, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
If you need a ride from the downtown Berkeley BART, please let us know today – 415-297-8222 and plan to arrive at 8:30 am. 

This special orientation will help faith and community volunteers understand the legal process of deportation proceedings and will help us to better support those around us.

There will be a time for Q&A.

Please invite others!

We hope to see you there!

For more information please email Daniel at