Labor

From City Council to Rodeo Drive: campaigning for a living wage in Los Angeles.
Perry Bush 9-01-1998
For a century and a half, workers and church people have organized together.
Kristin Brennan 9-01-1998
Seminarians are learning about another aspect of church members' lives.
Jim Wallis 9-01-1998
AFL-CIO president John J. Sweeney talks about his priorities.
Jane Slaughter 9-01-1998
Only the rank and file can bring real and lasting change.
Jane Samuels 9-01-1998
Even church institutions can lose sight of human needs.
Rose Marie Berger 9-01-1998
Despite anti-union violence, the United Farm Workers persevere in organizing strawberry pickers.
Paul Graham 9-01-1998
Clergy in the Twin Cities are making economic justice a priority
Kristin Brennan 9-01-1998
Suggestions and questions to encourage faithful engagement with labor issues.
Jane Slaughter 9-01-1998

The Detroit-based monthly newsletter Labor Notes has emerged as the networking center for the labor reform movement.

Kristin Brennan 9-01-1998

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice

Why the church and the labor movement belong together.
Julie Polter 1-01-1998

Labor activism as an expression of faith?

Julie Polter 5-01-1996
Churches stand with those who labor.

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