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IWJ's Second Annual Wage Theft National Day of Action -- November 18

IWJ's Second Annual Wage Theft National Day of Action -- November 18

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IWJ's Second Annual Wage Theft National Day of Action Interfaith Worker Justice is organizing another Wage Theft National Day of Action in more than 50 cities across the nation to highlight the ongoing crisis and the need for vigorous local, county, state, and federal initiatives to stop it.

November 18 is one week before Thanksgiving, a time when we celebrate our plenty at feasts throughout the nation. But workers who have had their legal wages stolen will struggle to put turkey on their tables this year.

We're urging worker centers, labor unions and worker advocates throughout the country to organize an event on November 18 and to coordinate with IWJ. To do so, please contact IWJ Public Policy Director Ted Smukler at tsmukler@iwj.org or             773-728-8400       x39.

 

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