NO to wage theft: Tess Browne, SCN advocates for airport workers and other victims of wage theft

Kim
Bobo, (center) founder of the national IWJ
(Interfaith Worker Justice), and author of “WageTheft” was keynote speaker
at “Labor, Faith and Community” on International Women’s Day in
Boston.

Kim’s
book documents the unspoken crime of the “ billions of dollars stolen
every year from the wages of millions” of working women and men in
the United States.

The luncheon was hosted by MIWJ (Mass Interfaith Worker Justice). Tess
Browne, SCN (wearing pink jacket in photo) is on the MIMJ leadership team. 

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