Labor Day weekend provides a unique opportunity for faith communities, workers, worker advocates and the labor movement to rediscover their common bonds: social justice, equality, the Common Good, dignity and respect of all persons, economic justice, and fair treatment in the workplace.
This Labor Day Weekend, celebrate workers in your faith community, learn about the issues that impact them the most and encourage conversation around practical solutions for today's workplace problems. Invite workers, union leaders, and worker advocates to speak at your place of worship during Labor Day weekend.
Here you'll find all the resources you'll need to bring worker justice to your faith community on your Holy Day during Labor Day Weekend. Our resources will help you both examine the issues through your faith lens and also explore how to support specific worker justice campaigns!
Past IWJ Resources
While some web links may be outdated in the following resources, they still contain good information and inspiration
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Interfaith: Labor in/on the Pulpit Minbar Bimah
Christian: Labor in the Pulpits
Jewish: Labor on the Bimah
Muslim: Labor in the Minbar