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Labor in the Pulpits!

Labor in the Pulpits!

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Every year for the past twelve years, Interfaith Worker Justice has joined with thousands of congregations across the country for the "Labor in the Pulpits" , a program that focuses on the plights of workers on the Sunday of Labor Day weekend.  We use this as an opportunity to lift up the voices of those who struggle and toil everyday to make our country work. This year we are using the program to lift up the voices and struggles of those who want to work, who used to work and are victims of this terrible unemployment crisis.  I will be blogging a lot of over the next few weeks about what we are doing and how you can be involved.   I look forward to your comments!


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