Interfaith Worker Justice

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Right to Organize

Right to Organize

The goal: Protect the right for workers to stick together.

In other industrialized countries, CEO’s are paid 10 to 25 times more than workers. In the U.S., CEO pay is 400 times the average worker’s wages. That gap is growing. And it is worse in those places where the organized voice of workers has been silenced.

Like all institutions (including religious ones), labor unions have flaws. But for more than 100 years, they have proven to be the best way for workers to get fair treatment. They’ve made life better for everyone. Unions are the reason we have the 8-hr workday, social security, anti-child labor laws and the minimum wage.

Every faith tradition affirms the right of workers to stick together for wages and benefits. We are educating, organizing and calling people of faith to stand with them so their voices are heard.

Fighting against RTW in Madison, WI

"This is what religion looks like."

- Chanted by the crowds at the Wisconsin state Capitol that gathered in opposition to so-called 'right-to-work' legislation.

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