On Thanksgiving, a Call for Spirituality and Self-Care in the Labor Movement

November 27, 2014

Victor Narro is project director for the UCLA Labor Center and has been at the forefront of the movement to found and grow worker centers that enforce rights for workers in low-wage industries. He also has been referred to as the grandfather of the Los Angeles CLEAN Carwash Campaign. Below he explains the foundation of his new book, “Living Peace: Connecting Your Spirituality With Your Work for Justice,” in which he explores labor activism and spirituality. As we gather on this Thanksgiving, let’s take a minute and give thanks for Victor and activists like him who spend their lives dedicated to bringing justice and equality to all. 

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