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Labor Day Weekend for Worker Justice

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Each year during Labor Day weekend, Faith communities 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. Community and faith groups have created Labor in the Pulpits/On the Bimah/In the Minbar programs for more than a decade!

Start planning your Labor in the Pulpits/On the Bimah/In the Minbar service today!

National Organizing and Capacity Building training in Washington D.C.

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Interfaith Worker Justice is offering a national organizing and capacity building training in Washington D.C. This training will include a day of advocacy to visit legislators and government agency leaders’ offices.

Agenda will include the following topics: 

  • Board development
  • How to create a fundraising plan
  • Organizing and Theories of Change
  • Building blocks of organizing
  • How to take your campaign to the next level
  • How to recruit and retain members
  • Effective coalition building
Click here for more information and to register


UPDATED: Brewing Change IWJ Happy Hour Fundraiser

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Join us for an evening of good beer, great company and inspiring conversations at Lagunitas Brewing Company's Tap Room and Beer Sanctuary in Pilsen from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. We'll have lots of fun game stations, delicious appetizers and good music to keep you entertained.

Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Proceeds from the event will support IWJ's work to end wage theft, particularly the Chicago Wage Theft Clinic, which is currently being piloted in Chicago. The legal clinic, a joint project with The Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, is free for workers that have experienced wage theft.

Learn more about the event and get your ticket today!