As Kim Bobo, the Executive Director of the national Interfaith Worker Justice, says, “If we ever hope to bring immigrant workers out of the shadows in which they’ve been laboring, we need to forcefully oppose anti-immigrant legislation and stand up for both comprehensive immigration reform and vigorous enforcement of the nation’s labor laws” [which apply to all workers employed in the U.S regardless of their immigration status].”

Stand with ICWJ as we continue to support our national partners  and as the fight for immigrant rights here at home in Dane County.

Read about ICWJ Director Rabbi Renee Bauer’s work with the Dane County Task Force on Immigration: click here!

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