Wage Theft and Vulnerable Workers
General Assembly 2012 Event 348
This workshop will provide an overview of wage theft, explore the links between wage theft and vulnerable—especially immigrant—workers, and recommend ways that individuals and congregations can help stop and deter wage theft. During the session, immigrant workers will share their personal experiences with wage theft.
Featuring: Kim Bobo, Executive Director, Interfaith Worker Justice; Cristina Sanidad, Arizona Worker Rights Center; Susan Leslie, Unitarian Universalist Association Multicultural Growth & Witness
For more information contact socialjustice @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Monday, July 23, 2012.
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