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  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Los Gatos
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Raise the Wage Campaign!

Multifaith Voices for Peace & Justice is excited to be a part of the Raise the Wage Campaign! You can join us by signing the Raise the Wage petition and by asking your congregation or organization to become an endorser of the campaign.

Questions about the impact of raising the minimum? Click here for a handy "Myth vs Fact" sheet.  

No matter what town you come from, click here to sign the petition online and it will be delivered to YOUR city council members. Take it a step further and download and print a copy of the petition and circulate it among your friends, congregation, and community. (Be sure to return the petition to the Peninsula Peace & Justice Center at the address on the bottom of the sheet.)

Watch this page for more information about campaigns in specific cities around the bay area.  And be sure to sign the petition today!

San Francisco and the East Bay have minimum wage raises underway, and Sunnyvale and Mountain View have already set their goal to raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2018! While Congress has failed to raise the federal minimum wage, it is imperative for cities and states around the country to take action of their own to raise the local minimum wage. Staggering inequality plagues the Bay Area, but we can change that!

Join the Raise the Wage Campaign!



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