Labor Day, Homelessness and Neighborliness

August 25, 2013

As people of faith and faith leaders across the country prepare for Labor Day weekend, many are planning to bring issues important to low-wage workers to the attention of their congregations and faith communities through Interfaith Worker Justice's Labor in the Pulpits/on the Bimah/in the Minbar program. Each year thousands of congregations talk about important worker justice issues affecting their community through the lens of their faith.

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