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RESCHEDULED from October! 

Once a year, we take time to celebrate the movement-building work of Labor-Religion Coalition and honor remarkable leaders from across the state who are making tremendous contributions to the struggle for economic, racial and social justice in New York.

Please join us for this year's Moral Fusion Leadership Awards! We are excited to return to an in-person dinner and program in Albany (with the option to join virtually), where we will celebrate, reflect, and recommit to work ahead! Featuring music by Kilashandra!

Reserve a ticket or become a sponsor using the form below. Thank you for your support!

(If you prefer to pay by check, please make it out to NYS Labor-Religion Coalition and send to 85 Chestnut St., Albany, NY 12210. Please indicate the number of tickets and/or sponsorship level you are purchasing.)

Our Honorees

The Fair Pay for Home Care Campaign, which has been an amazing example of bringing people and organizations together across lines of division, centering the stories and insights of those directly impacted by the home care crisis, and lifting up a powerful moral message about how our society cares for one another. 

St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist Church, which has powerfully engaged its members and partner congregations in study, action and public witness through the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival and other justice ministries.

Rabbi Matt Cutler, who has been a leader in interfaith and justice work in the Capital Region for over 25 years, including as  Senior Rabbi of Congregation Gates of Heaven in Schenectady,  board member of United Way of the Greater Capital Region, and co-founder of Schenectady Clergy Against Hate.

Starbucks Workers United, which now includes more than three dozen (and growing!) unionized Starbucks shops in New York and is inspiring new energy and solidarity with workers across our state and country.

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