Interfaith Worker Justice

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Interfaith Worker Justice has been organizing, educating and advocating at the intersection of faith and labor since 1996. Learn more about our mission...


Community: The Key to Organizing

By Elizabeth Nawrocki “Elizabeth can make a new best friend at a bus stop,” my mother, for many years, has been known to explain her middle daughter as very outgoing and friendly. It didn’t surprise her at all when I recounted a fascinating conversation I had about Hinduism and...

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David vs. Goliath over Worker's Comp

By Mia Katan “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” — Emma Lazarus Sadness needs no translation. Sofia’s (her name has been changed for privacy purposes) rapid Spanish rolled over me in waves. Beyond “Best Western” and ...

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