Good Jobs Missoula (GJM) is a growing organization of kitchen-service-retail workers, organizers & activists, and allied community groups. GJM was launched in 2013 by the Missoula Area Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO to provide organizing assistance to kitchen-service-retail workers struggling to raise their voice on the job and in the community.
Since the establishment of GJM, participants have developed numerous projects that focus on important concerns identified by workers. These projects as well as GJM’s agenda is guided by the Missoula Worker’s Council, a council of kitchen-service-retail workers.
To provide opportunities for kitchen-service-retail workers to voice their concerns and demands, and to organize to ensure these demands are met.
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Good Jobs Missoula Receives Grant Funding for 2015 Projects!
Support Provided by Humanities Montana & the Resist Foundation
Good Jobs Missoula recently received grant funding provided by Humanities Montana to support the launch of our newest project Work Thru My Lens. Work Thru My Lens is photo-essay/photo-justice project providing cameras to people working in Missoula’s kitchen-retail-service industries. Work Thru My Lens participants then tell their story through photography and narrative.
The Missoula Worker’s Council received grant support from Resist to launch its 2015 “Ethical Guide To Dining in Missoula”.