Women and Labor in a Moment of Crisis

by Nan Enstad UW-Madison Department of History The poet Muriel Rukeyser wrote, “In time of crisis, we summon up our strength. Then, if we are lucky, we are able to call every resource, every forgotten image that can leap to our quickening, every memory that can make us know our…

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A Way Out of No Way: Women, Labor, and Justice Today

On Monday,  February 13, ICWJ will hold its 17th Annual Faith-Labor Breakfast at Bethel Lutheran Church from 8:00-10:00 a.m. Each year, ICWJ brings together faith leaders, labor leaders, and members for a meal and a timely program. This year ICWJ is pleased to offer a panel of speakers to address…

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ICWJ Executive Director Job Posting

Application Process: Applicants should send: 1) a resume and cover letter describing qualifications and interest in the position; and 2) two professional references. Email applications by December 31 to Mary Bell at: rapidsbell@charter.net. Click Executive Director Job Opening for job description.

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Hanukkah: Hope in the Darkness

by Rabbi Laurie Zimmerman December 18, 2014 There’s no getting around it. We live in dark times. The gap between the rich and poor relentlessly expands. Radical disparities take away the rights of workers. We live in a world that overflows with human suffering, injustice, and inequality. It is difficult…

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