Charity Spotlight

Why I Like Workers Interfaith Network:

They host the best damn picnic in Memphis
Rebekah Jordan Gienapp sat in our living room and asked us what we thought about future campaigns
They want folks to make a living wage
They don’t want employers to steal employee’s wages
They fight on, regardless of whether the state legislature intends to run in and stomp all over their work

To contribute to Workers Interfaith Network, a charity faithfully seeking justice with workers, please follow the link here or visit http://workersinterfaithnetwork.org

Listen to the story here:

living wage, wage theft, Workers Interfaith Network

Comments (2)

  • Ellen has it right. Workers interfaith network advocates for justice and fair play and they face opposition from all sorts of elected types
    We support them & urge others to do the same

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