Categories & Tags: faith groups

'Labor priests' reviving social justice teachings -- and action   |   June 2, 2014
By Robert Richter, Labor Notes "Labor priests" were a recognized presence in the labor movement of the 1920s through the 1960s. Father Barry, the Karl Malden character...

 

How not to respond to peaceful protesters: Lessons from North Carolina politicians   |   June 12, 2013
In their sixth week now, the Moral Monday protests against the North Carolina General Assembly's far-right agenda show no signs of stopping any time soon -- and in fact, the...

 

FROM THE SOUTHERN EXPOSURE ARCHIVES: Women and lynching   |   March 8, 2013
By Jacquelyn Hall A story in a 1977 issue of Southern Exposure magazine reported on how in the midst of the Great Depression Texas suffragist Jessie Daniel Ames organized a mass...

 

What the election means for immigration   |   November 16, 2012
By Chris Liu-Beers, NC Policy Watch Thankfully the election is over and the American people can look forward to their leaders governing for a season before returning to full-scale...

 

Fighting the good fight for immigrant workers in Mississippi ... and winning   |   April 26, 2012
By Joe Atkins, Labor South Four years ago, noted labor writer David Bacon had this to say about the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance and its fight for immigrant workers in...

 

VOICES | Bless these shrimps: Faith, fishing and Gulf Coast restoration   |   April 17, 2012
By Jeffrey Buchanan, Oxfam America Faith and fishing: two central parts of Louisiana's vibrant coastal culture. Every April, going back generations, you can see them...

 

Unions, faith leaders step up efforts against Alabama immigration law   |   April 4, 2012
A major labor union lodged a complaint against the U.S. government this week with the United Nation's International Labor Organization over Alabama's harsh immigration law...