Valuing work and workers

Grassroots effor to build a moral economy

Task is to ensure dignity of all workers and those forced into unemployment by circumstances beyond their control. read more »

by John Hill
on April 24, 2012

Help Us Build An Economy For All

I am honored and excited to be a part of a church that has actively called for justice in the workplace and a living wage for over one hundred years! I’m reminded of this commitment each morning when I arrive at The Methodist Building and read the words... read more »

Posted by John Hill on April 20, 2012

2012 legislative priorities

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United Methodist General Board of Church & Society (GBCS) has set its 2012 legislative priorities for the 112th U.S. Congress. The priorities include several holdovers from 2011, including advocacy for immigration reform, a clean energy future and fully funding international family planning. The priorities support social... read more»

March 16, 2012

Protect homecare workers’ rights

Dept. of Labor soliciting opinions on new rules

Interfaith Worker Justice issues call for faith groups to respond in support of long overdue “commonsense measure.” read more »

February 22, 2012

3 Justice-Related Things You Can Do While Watching Super Bowl XLVI

Whether you're watching for the commercials or excited to see which team is crowned the next world champion of the National Football League, millions of people around the world will watch Super Bowl XLVI taking place in Indianapolis this Sunday. Here are 3 justice issues to lift up during Super... read more »

Posted by Michelle Whittaker on February 03, 2012

Jan. 16 service for worker justice

Interfaith worship will honor Dr. Martin Luther King and his commitment to worker justice

Faith Advocates for Jobs will sponsor national event at Shiloh Baptist Church featuring Dr. James Forbes. read more »

January 06, 2012

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