Let Justice Roll in the News

Kris Maher
Jul 6 2009 Wall Street Journal
Excerpt: The change is welcome to workers such as Walter Jasper, 48 years old, who earns $6.55 an hour at Shur Brite Hi Speed Car Wash in Nashville, Tenn. He has worked there for 14 years off and on. His wife earns $7 an hour working at a...
Jun 29 2009 Arkansas Peace, Justice and Environment Project
6th Annual Arkansas Peace & Justice Heroes Banquet
Sponsored by: Omni Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology, July 11, 5:30 pm, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 224 North East Street,...
May 1 2009
"Let Justice Roll's state-level successes in 2006 convinced us that we could succeed in Kansas, too. And we hope that others, elsewhere, will draw similar conclusions from our success. It might seem, at first glance,...
Talking Points edited by Carolyn M. Brown
Apr 1 2009 Black Enterprise
Raising the federal minimum wage to $10 per hour in 2010 is the latest campaign by Let Justice Roll, a national coalition of religious leaders, community activists, and business organizations. The federal minimum wage--enacted in 1938--increased...
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...