Based in Chicago, the national organization Interfaith Worker Justice has brought together key writings that identify and explain essential labor and economic issues from a religious perspectives, including Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and Muslim.
Topics covered include:
Crisis for U.S.Workers
What Our Religious Traditions Say about Work
Theology and the Ethics of Work
The Religion-Labor Movement Today
Designed for educational use, whether in traditional courses or community outreach, this is an indispensable resource for those concerned with contemporary labor issues and workers rights.
With sidebars, tables, illustrations, and suggested readings, A Worker Justice Reader offers a wide range of data and detail for study, reflection, and action.