Worker Justice

Worker Justice Wisconsin

Worker Justice Wisconsin advances justice in our community by building collective worker power together with Faith and Labor allies.

Who Are Workers?

We partner with low-wage and immigrant non-unionized workers in their struggle for dignity at work.

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Education

We educate workers, religious congregations and the broader community on workers’ rights and advocacy.

Collective Worker Organizing

We fight workplace injustice by partnering with low-wage and immigrant worker leaders for collective actions and campaigns.

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Community Building

We mobilize a coalition of individuals, labor unions, faith communities, and community organizations to stand with workers as they lead campaigns and struggle for justice.

WJW Worker Success Story

My name is Jesus Noel Flores and I came to the United States in 2001. I am now married with four children. During the pandemic I was fired from my job of 17 years. I felt very frustrated and contacted Worker Justice Wisconsin for help. Ms. Socorro was very friendly and gave me a lot of information about my rights as a worker. I feel fortunate that I also was introduced to her manager Kristen. They have both made me feel like family. They have a worker membership meeting each month where people can share their experiences and how they have worked with worker justice. The information that WJW gives is such a great help for the future to know how I am protected. I am very grateful for WJW because their door was open for me when I needed it most.

Jesus' Story

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