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    Interfaith Worker Justice
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    Orbis Books (March 30, 2010)
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Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a nonprofit and nonpartisan interfaith advocacy network comprising more than 60 worker centers and faith and labor organizations that advance the rights of working people through grassroots, worker-led campaigns an. .

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a nonprofit and nonpartisan interfaith advocacy network comprising more than 60 worker centers and faith and labor organizations that advance the rights of working people through grassroots, worker-led campaigns and engagement with diverse faith communities and labor allies. IWJ affiliates take action to shape policy at the local, state and national levels.

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A Worker Justice Reader: Essential Writings on Religion and Labor. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2010. In this book, Judge Dwyer traces the history of the jury system in Anglo-American legal history from its earliest inception to its present status in the American justice system. Article in Labor Studies Journal 36(2):315-317 · May 2011. Cite this publication.

A Worker Justice Reader : Essential Writings on Religion and Labor. by Interfaith Worker Justice. This timely volume offers key writings that identify and explain essential labor and economic issues from the perspectives of a variety of faith traditions, including Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim. Topics covered include: Crisis for . Workers, Religion-Labor History, What Our Religious Traditions Say about Work, Theology and the Ethics of Work, and The Religion-Labor Movement TodayDesigned for educational use

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A Worker Justice Reader: Essential Writings on Religion and Labor was released in April and has since become a vital resource for seminaries, congregational study groups, social justice committees, labor unions, and beyond. Interfaith Worker Justice. Supporting workers right to organize. Interfaith Worker Justice is a national network that calls upon religious values to improve wages, benefits and working conditions for workers by educating and organizing present and future religious leaders, interfaith coalitions and workers centers. United Methodist Church.

Distributors of justice : a case for a just wage, Michael Naughton The religion-labor movement today Religion-labor partnerships : new .

Distributors of justice : a case for a just wage, Michael Naughton The religion-labor movement today Religion-labor partnerships : new directions, new opportunities, Kim Bobo Struggling for justice, sustained by faith : a hotel worker's words, Cleopatria Kyles Faith at work in Miami, . Hawking A new alliance between religion and labor, Robert Horwitz The church, the union and the Trinity, Darren. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan religious organization that educates and mobilizes the religious people of all faiths in the United States on issues important to working people. IWJ is governed by a 40-member board of directors

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan religious organization that educates and mobilizes the religious people of all faiths in the United States on issues important to working people. IWJ is governed by a 40-member board of directors. The president of the board is the Rev. Nelson Johnson, pastor of Faith Community Church in Greensboro, North Carolina. The executive director is Kim Bobo. Religious labor movement.

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a United States on issues important to working . Interfaith Worker Justice Web site. Jewish Labor Committee Web site.

Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) is a United States on issues important to working people. Dr. Paul H Sherry, a senior pastor at the Riverside Church in New York City. The executive director is Rudy López. National Council of Churches Web site. Streetscapes: Readers' Questions; A Converted Orphanage, and a Stickley Connection?" New York Times.

This timely volume offers key writings that identify and explain essential labor and economic issues from the perspectives of a variety of faith traditions, including Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim.Topics covered include: Crisis for U.S.Workers, Religion-Labor History, What Our Religious Traditions Say about Work, Theology and the Ethics of Work, and The Religion-Labor Movement TodayDesigned for educational use, whether in traditional courses or community outreach, this volume is an indispensable tool for those concerned with contemporary issues facing labor and the role religious traditions play.With sidebars, graphs, illustrations, and suggestions for further reading, A Worker Justice Reader offers a wide range of data and detail for study, reflection, and action.