Today dozens of labor leaders, activists, and organizers came together to pay tribute to the frontline workers we’ve lost as a result of COVID-19.

Here is the entire tribute which featured the debut of our video “In Memoriam”. Please watch, share, and take action to help ensure that all frontline workers are given the protections they need.

“In Memoriam”

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50 million workers are on the frontlines daily delivering necessities, sanitizing public spaces, and staffing businesses. And they’re doing it without proper safety standards. Congress must support an Essential Workers Bill of Rights. tinyurl.com/EssentialWorkerReliefAction

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  1. Thank you for sharing these videos. As an essential worker in the prison system, I know, first hand, the dangers faced everyday. I’m so grateful for ALL essential workers, in every capacity. Jane, you are an inspiration! I would love to have a conversation with you and hear your thoughts on the criminal justice system. Thanks again!

  2. This pandemic is succeeding in bringing about a re-examination of values and systems long overdue. Right, Jane? I may be a little slow on the uptake (I JUST NOW watched your Wired Q&A w/Lily Tomlin from 2019), but I also realize that I have always been a Thoreau-esque person following a unique drummer. I love that OUR cadence, albeit unpopular in the 1960s and ’70s, is becoming an American Bandstand anthem of consciousness w/a beat many, many more are able and willing to dance to.
    White Supremacy/Elitism/Privilege is very real in my experience. It seems that those who deny its existence and universal prevalence are those who have never felt their voice marginalized or have considered questioning “Authority.”
    My problem with Authority is when it’s exercised to suppress and subjective others…which, to my chagrin, is a neverending story. . . that really stinks. And when something stinks around my house, I find the cause and ‘take out the trash.’ But owning my own garbage is the trick. I think some have sat amid the garbage-thought processes and behaviors for so long they have gone nose-blind.
    Thank you for speaking up so well and so often to remind us how, why, & when to take out the trash. I am eagerly awaiting November. Yakity-yack.

  3. Morning Jane,

    I feel terrible for using this lovely blog for this (and I apologise in advance) but there’s been many issues with customer’s orders from Crafted LA. I understand that with the pandemic the orders are obviously going to be pushed back (which Crafted LA state on their website before buying) but the delays are over three months, not 6 to 8 weeks like they’ve acknowledged.

    When people have gone to query their orders they’ve been told it’s missing and they can’t locate it, or they’ve automatically refunded them which is odd seeing as your aim is for the proceeds to go to FDF and One Fair Wage. I’ve seen a lot of unhappy posts about it and I’m just concerned your brand isn’t being represented as it should be, and that makes me sad. They’ve even deleted feedback on their social media, that brings such problems to light, which people are having to do as a last resort (the company are hard to get in contact with, whether it be email, phone or private message).

    I’m aware there’s nothing you can do but I just wanted to let you know, I would just hate for your brand to take a hit in all of this.


    • Thank you soooo much for letting me know about this, Karen.x Jane

      • Just to counter-balance, yes, my order was delayed but they weren’t difficult to reach. They answered quickly, explained the delay, apologized and I received the t-shirt not long after that. It was worth the wait. Lovely, soft and enjoyable to wear as I said earlier. Sorry that others have had a problem. I thought at the time that it was a reasonable delay considering COVID times. Dona

        • dona

          nice for you to share your experience but that is not the case with everyone else and makes it look like the lady above is complaining for no reason. if you look on twitter, instagram or facebook there is a concerning amount of complaints and i’m glad she brought this issue up.

          also, the issue of deleting comments is a problem, i hadn’t noticed until karen mentioned and you can see clearly on instagram is says “35 comments” only shows 3 of them. share your great experience, of course, i love to hear people are enjoying jane’s line but don’t cloud the problems people are having.

          much love


          p.s. jane once people have got their clothes they’re in love with them, you’ve done such a terrific job. it’s the unknown not the delay as such.

  4. Jane, I am dying for another season of Grace and Frankie but I want you to be safe and without a vaccine this of the COVID-19 is very complicated please do not go back to work until this improves, I keep praying for you every day, I I don’t want you to get sick, take care please💕💕

  5. Hello Jane,

    Sorry this has nothing to do with the blog, but I wanted to reach out to you and let you know how much you have helped me.

    I just found your blog tonight after watching a YouTube video with you and Lily.
    I just wanted to take a minute and thank you both for
    “Grace and Frankie ”
    I’ve binged watched it during this quarantine. It’s helped me so much with my depression. I’ve struggled for so many years. Thanks, for the laughs. Thanks for making this a little more bearable. I’m glad my friend introduced me to the show. Hope there will be a season 7!!!
    Xoxo to you both.

    • Oh Cami, we restart filming the 7th and final season the 3rd week in January. Because all the ‘stars’ of the show are long in the tooth, the powers that be have wanted to be especially careful

  6. I completely respect everything Jane is doing. WOW what an amazing and strong woman. Please come to Colorado soon

  7. Beautiful woman inside and out I would love to get the chance to shake her hand.

    • She has a great handshake – ha ha. I remember noticing because since I was a little girl – having a good, firm handshake was always important to me. I guess I was a strange little girl – lol. But I met her in Saint Paul last summer for her “Evening with” show. It was fantastic. I highly recommend you seek out the next one (when the world gets back to normal) and Jane possibly starts them up again. I know they are a great way to fundraise so hopefully she will. I flew all the way from Newfoundland, Canada to attend. Once in a lifetime experience…to meet one of your idols.

      PS: Thank you Jane for being so friendly that evening. It can be very intimidating to meet someone you admire. You took notice of my pin (a friend had given me your mugshot pin as a gift) and talked about how I should continue to write you. And you took the time to talk about Newfoundland with my mother who is just as big a fan as I am. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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