Fighting for a Better Life. Luchando por una Vida Mejor

By Sarah Smoot, ICWJ Organizer Last night the Latino Workers Project, spearheaded by the Workers’ Rights Center (WRC), released its report titled “Luchando por una Vida Mejor / Struggling for a Better Life.” Attended by about 60 community members and simultaneously interpreted in Spanish and English, the release highlighted findings of the…

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Remembering Worker Justice Leaders

At this year’s Faith Labor Breakfast ICWJ celebrated the lives and legacies of two important leaders in Madison’s worker justice movement: Reverend Art Lloyd and labor leader Marty Beil. Both passed away during 2015, and they are deeply missed, but they have left a lasting impact on our community. The…

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Martin Luther King & Economic Justice

As we celebrate the legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., ICWJ anticipates the 2016 Faith Labor Breakfast, where we will be inspired and motivated by a national leader in the racial and economic justice movement. Reverend Michael Livingston of the Riverside Church in Manhattan will deliver the keynote address: “The Communities…

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2016 Faith Labor Breakfast Sponsors

ICWJ thanks those who have made possible the 2016 Faith Labor Breakfast our ongoing work for economic justice. This year’s breakfast features keynote speaker Reverend Michael Livingston, Executive Minister of the Riverside Church, Manhattan, and his address is titled: “The Communities We Want: Striving for Racial & Economic Justice” See…

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