Bobo: A Career of Focusing the Faith Community on Low-Wage Workers

December 9, 2014

As the founder of Interfaith Worker Justice, Kim Bobo has spent years rallying the faith community in support of low-wage workers, particularly those who are targets of wage theft and other employer abuses. In a new interview with Political Research Associates, Bobo details her efforts that have often come in the face of strong opposition from corporate and right-wing religious interests.

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