Before COVID-19 began fundamentally altering our way of life, the Jewish Center for Justice had a very ambitious legislative agenda that targeted policy issues such as economic justice, housing, gender equality, the environment, and more. Then the onset of the pandemic slowed the legislative process from Washington, D.C. to our state capitals to our cities. However, it is vital that in our justice work, we do not lose sight of all of the justice gains (and struggles) that have occurred since our country shut down. JCJ summer legislative fellows Jacob Posner and Eliana Feinstein mapped the following timeline, tracking a number of justice issues during COVID-19.

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