Let Justice Roll in the News

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Holly Sklar
Feb 13 2009 Distributed by McClatchy Tribune News Service

In today's mad world, underpaid workers are bailing out banks and corporations run by overpaid, undertaxed bosses who milked their companies and our country like cash cows.

While workers across America were losing jobs, homes and health...

Jan 29 2009 Sun Reporter
 

Washington, DC - The leaders of 11 denominations and national faith organizations are among the inaugural...

Jan 25 2009 UUA.org
The sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua, NH, was packed and you could feel the excitement in the air. Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA...
Linda Green
Jan 16 2009 United Methodist News Service
Faith leaders across the United States have joined a national effort to increase the federal minimum wage to $10 by 2010.

The United Methodist Board of Church and Society is among a group representing 11 denominations and national faith...

Joe Bjordal
Jan 15 2009 Episcopal News Service
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has joined with leaders of 15 denominations and national faith organizations as an inaugural signer of a...
Rev. William G. Sinkford
Jan 14 2009 CommonDreams.org
On March 18, 1968, two weeks before his murder, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. told striking sanitation workers in Memphis, Tenn., "It is criminal to have people working on a full-time basis getting part-time income." He said, "A living wage should...
Jan 13 2009

Living Wage Events Link MLK Dream to Ending Poverty Wages

Washington, DC, The leaders of 15 denominations and national faith organizations are among the inaugural signers of Let Justice Roll’s letter in support of a $10...

Staff writers
Jan 13 2009 Ekklesia

The leaders of 15 denominations and national faith organizations are among the inaugural signers of an open letter calling for a $10 federal minimum wage by 2010.

Four hundred faith leaders from all 50 states...

Jan 12 2009 OneWorld US
WASHINGTON, Nearly 400 faith leaders across the United States have joined a campaign to raise the federal minimum wage to $10 per hour by 2010 and more are signing on every day.
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wire reports
Jan 12 2009 UCC News
The leaders of 11 denominations and national faith organizations are among the inaugural signers of Let Justice Roll's letter in support of a $10 federal minimum wage in 2010. Nearly 400 faith leaders...