Check out our statewide working groups here. Read on below for more info about regional organizing efforts. 

Triangle (Wake, Durham, Orange and Surrounding Counties)

CJJ member leaders across the Piedmont are actively building a thriving future for all by advocating for community safety initiatives and city-level reparations, protecting access to the ballot, resisting Christian white nationalism, and more. We do this together while finding joy and sharing ritual with one another - whether we are at a chapter meeting, sharing a meal, or otherwise. To get involved, please fill out this form

Triad (Guilford, Forsyth and Surrounding Counties)

CJJ-Triad is our newest chapter, and we're excited to be building a progressive Jewish voice for voting rights and in local struggles for racial and economic justice. Sign up here to let us know if you would like to learn more about getting involved.

West (Buncombe, Henderson and Surrounding Counties)

The Asheville area has a thriving local chapter! Members work on a wide range of social justice issues including racial justice, economic justice, voting rights, and other local initiatives. To find out more and get involved, please contact Lisa Forehand, and be sure to follow CJJ-West on Facebook for more information and updates!

Charlotte (Mecklenburg and Surrounding Counties)

The CJJ-Greater Charlotte Chapter is actively involved in the local struggle for housing justice, immigrant and refugee justice, voting rights, and a variety of other local initiatives. To get involved, please contact Sarah Cohen Domont.