ICWJ’s 14 Theses for Wisconsin Worker Justice

At a vigil led by Rev. Jesse Jackson in memory of  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination 43 years ago, the ICWJ Board posted its newly-passed 14 Theses for Wisconsin Worker Justice to the Wisconsin State Capitol door.   “The right to collective bargaining is a fundamental right, a human…

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Reflections from Spring Seder

By Ann McNeary, AFL-CIO Community Services Liaison Thank you for the opportunity to speak this evening.  A seder is a new experience for me and I appreciate the chance to participate. The Cup of Elijah – which symbolizes future redemption – is a good indicator of the current struggle going…

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SCHEDULE FOR ONGOING VIGILS

ATTEND THE VIGILS AT THE WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL The Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice (ICWJ) and Madison Urban Ministry (MUM) have organized nightly vigils sponsored by different faith communities at the State Capitol.  Spread the word, invite your colleagues and friends, and let others know that the faith community is…

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Saturday March 12 Capitol Rally

        ICWJ LEADER SPEAKS AT THE WISCONSIN STATE CAPITOL Rev. Dr. Jerry Folk, an Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice board member, addressed the crowd and led a prayer at the rally in Madison on Saturday. A transcript of the prayer follows: Holy and compassionate God, our hearts…

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