Economic justice considerations, including the rights to a living wage, housing, education, health care, clean environment, food, and safety, infuse the work of the US Program. Lack of economic justice prevents full exercise of civic and democratic rights, from the voting booth to the courtroom, and is intersectional, impacting identity, gender, sexuality, and reproductive rights. Securing and promoting economic justice informs the work the US Program undertakes on racial justice, immigrants’ rights and border policy, criminal justice, and democracy.