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 ‘Labor in the Pulpit’ <br> Interfaith Worker Justice offers resources

‘Labor in the Pulpit’
Interfaith Worker Justice offers resources

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Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) emphasizes that Labor Day weekend provides a unique opportunity for faith communities, workers, worker advocates and the labor movement to rediscover their common bonds. These common bonds are social justice, equality, the Common Good, dignity and respect of all persons, economic justice, and fair treatment in the workplace, according to IWJ.

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