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  • My Mother’s Haroset Recipe

    … shared by Ben Levenson Recipe by Rabbi Amy Small Congregation O’havi Tzedek Haroset was always one of my favorite parts of Passover. We’d eat as part of the ritual Seder meal with …

  • Thank You!

    … // &amp;lt;img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1525104011112934&amp;amp;ev=PageView&amp;amp;noscript=1" /&amp;gt;   // <i…

  • Un Mundo Más Pacífico

    …by The Reverend Doug MorkCross of Glory Lutheran Church Leer Isaiah 11:6-9 Hay tantos contrastes en este Advenimiento 2016. Mi paisaje norteño, campos oscuros marcados por la primera nieve de in…

  • Interfaith Worker Justice

  • Can My Boss Do That?

  • Workers Center Network

  • WageTheft.Org

  • Faith Advocates for Jobs

  • Ayuno De Comida Rápida

    …Lo invitamos a que se una a Ayunar de Comida R5;pida por 40 días para reconocer el gran sacrificio de los trabajadores en su lucha contra injusticia y desigualdad. Invitamos a los seguidores d…

  • Daily Prayers and Reflections

    …Click here to receive daily reflections and prayers in your inbox during the Fast from Fast Food. Lent offers us a time to engage with God, to take stock of our lives with him and to respond to his tr…

  • Fast from Fast Food In the News

    … Why Religious Leaders Want People To Give Up Fast Food Huffington Post (3/12/15) Pastors, rabbis, imams and other religious activists across the country are urging devotees to give up fa…

  • Una Paz Positiva

    …By Ryan Wallace Leer Mateo 10:34-39 En 1962, los líderes de los derechos civiles comenzaron a organizar la desegregación de las tiendas en el centro de Birmingham, Alabama. En la prima…

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  • Staff

    …Laura Barrett, Executive Director Phone: 773-728-8400, ext. 43Cell: 314-443-5915lbarrett@iwj.org Before taking on the role of Executive Director at Interfaith Worker Justice, Laura served as Executiv…

  • Careers

    …IWJ’s national headquarters are located in the lively neighborhood of Edgewater on the north side of Chicago. Our diverse and interfaith staff calls upon religious values in order to educate, org…

  • Board of Directors

  • Annual Report

    …Interfaith Worker Justice is a 501c (3) tax-exempt organization. All donations to IWJ are tax-deductible. View our IRS Determination Letter. 2010 Annual Report In 2010, IWJ and its network of in…

  • History

    …Founded in 1996 by national religious leaders passionate about justice for workers, IWJ calls upon core religious tenets and traditions in support of worker rights. Kim Bobo founded the organization u…