Movement for Justice in El Barrio (Movement) is an immigrant-led community organization fighting for justice in East Harlem, New York. Movement was founded to fight against a voracious trend towards gentrification that is devouring low-income housing and displacing immigrant & low-income families from their homes.
Through strategies such as protests, litigation, and media outreach, Movement has organized tenants to achieve thousands of repairs and has successfully challenged attempts by aggressive landlords and multi-national corporations to illegally evict them from their homes.
Movement recently launched an immigrant rights campaign for justice.
Movement for Justice in El Barrio was named "Best Power to the People Movement in New York City" by the Village Voice
Movement for Justice in El Barrio is offering this exciting opportunity to people committed to social justice and interested in doing community organizing. The Immigrant Rights Community Organizer's activities will include doing outreach in the community, helping organize community forums and researching community issues.
-Interns MUST be bilingual English/Spanish
-Must be able to work evenings and maintain a flexible schedule
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
including the following:
-A one-page essay on why you would like to organize for social justice
-A resume or a one-paragraph biography.