The Union of Saints

A Reflection for Workers’ Memorial Day by Sarah Smoot, ICWJ organizer April 28 is recognized as Workers’ Memorial Day. Today the South Central Federation of Labor held a service of remembrance and activism. “We remember the dead, and we fight for the living.” In the Christian Tradition we understand the…

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Wisconsin Has Become Egypt

A Passover Reflection on Worker Justice by Chad Alan Goldberg, Professor of Sociology at UW-Madison This reflection comes from Chad’s remarks at the 2016 Madison Labor Seder. See more of the Labor Seder The third promise is a promise of redemption: “I will redeem you with an outstretched arm,” says…

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Backyard Heroes: ICWJ Volunteer Sean Anderson

Sean Anderson

The support of ICWJ members and volunteers is what makes us a powerful force in the Madison community and beyond. Sean Anderson is one person who selflessly gives his all to the fight for worker justice. Sean has been a devout volunteer with ICWJ since the summer of 2015. Between rallies…

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A Reflection for Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday is the day recognized by Christians in remembrance of Jesus’ last supper with the disciples before going to his crucifixion. This holy day is often honored with an evening service of somber worship concluding in silence. Jesus’ Solidarity with Laborers: A Worker Justice Reflection on Maundy Thursday By…

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