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Top 10 Quotes from IWJ's Internship Debrief

Top 10 Quotes from IWJ's Internship Debrief

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10) “I want to engage people with how they can get involved.” —Melissa


 9) “I’ll definitely be more aware of working conditions as a consumer.” —Madison


 8) “I feel confident in going forward in my work in getting students more focused on workers' rights.” —Brad


Viktoria
Viktoria reflects on her time this summer with South Flordia-IWJ and presents to IWJ's summer interns at this year's debrief in Chicago.



 

7) “Sometimes you have to tell people face-to-face or call them on the phone. Then, it’s a lot more likely that people will show up.” —Viktoria


 6) “We’re making progress, even tiny progress makes a difference.” —Yan


 5) “My values have gotten stronger regarding the labor movement. I have seen how important this is, much more than just for my family, but for immigrant and low-wage working families.”  —Jelena


4) “It’s awesome to see these folks from a synagogue going to an Episcopal church to phone bank.” —Viktoria


3) “Wins for humanity are possible!” —Ashley


 Tucker

During the debrief, IWJ interns shared their "Head, Heart and Feet." A reflection designed to put what they've learned and how they're feeling into action. Tucker reflects on what he learned as an intern with IWJ—New Mexico.










 

 

2) "The “empire” has co-opted our religious traditions." —Tucker


1) “Both the times I’ve ever worn a stole have been at rallies. It’s kind of awesome; like it means, “this is your call.” —Kirk


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