Faith and Social Justice 

Yongho Kim
March 11, 2004

Anthropology Internship: Faith and Social Justice
Prof. Sonia Patten

Finding Common Grounds: Religious Morality as a Catalyst for Economic Justice

What Faith Groups Say About “The Right to Organize”, by the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice (NICWJ), brings together the strongest arguments made in alliance with the workers’ rights for a fair wage and organizing by the Roman Catholic Church, various Protestant denominations, and the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Throughout the texts runs the theme of religious morality as a reason for seeking economic justice in the world.

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