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Washington Interfaith Network

WIN Organizes for Immigrant Legal Services, Affordable Housing


WIN Leaders launched new Ward 1 demands around affordable housing and immigration to six candidates for Ward 1 councilmember.| Photo by David Choy 

A Spotlight on Cynthia Stevenson-Eaglin, a WIN Leader Fighting for Community Safety and Affordable Housing in Washington, DC

Cynthia Stevenson-Eaglin is a lifelong resident of ward 8.  After being born and raised in Parkchester Housing Cooperative, and graduating from Ballou High School, she moved to Parkway Overlook in 1991.
 

Barbara Kraft: From Union Household to Labor Lawyer, a Fighter for Living Wage Jobs

Barbara Kraft is a member of Washington Interfaith Network’s (WIN) Strategy Team and chair of the Social Action Committee at Temple Sinai. Barbara grew up in the industrial Midwest cities of Cleveland and Detroit in a proud union household.