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Celebrate IWJ's 2013 Award Winners with us!

Celebrate IWJ's 2013 Award Winners with us!

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The Rev. Michael LivingstonOn the eve of Dec. 10, IWJ board and staff members were excitedly preparing for our 2013 Awards Celebration. Sadly, the next morning, we awoke to find that the weather had other plans for us. A coat of snow shutdown all of Washington, D.C. and forced us to cancel our in-person celebration.

So, we’ve decided to virtually celebrate our 2013 award winners, rather than letting the weather get the best of us and we want to invite everyone who shares our mission for worker justice to celebrate with us!

In the next few days, we’ll be recognizing the incredible work done by each of our 2013 awardees. So, I want to invite you back to our site, where we’ll do a morning and afternoon post each day to spotlight the amazing work done by each of our 2013 award winners. We look forward to hearing how their stories inspire YOU to fight for worker justice in the year to come!


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