Kim Bobo of the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice rightly noted the frequent caution of the late Msgr.
What does NICWJ stand for?
NICWJ stands for National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice
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Ten Catholic Social Teaching interns from the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice helped to get out the vote this summer by registering voters in low-wage and immigrant communities.
Kim Bobo, National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice * Ms.
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Labor-clergy coalitions have sprouted in New York City, Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Boston, Detroit and Chicago, and a steering committee of 40 clerics is forming the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice.
It was sponsored by Chicago-based National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice, which Higgins called, "a very good organization, and the best I have seen in my lifetime.
More than 300 participants were on hand for the three-day session called by the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice (NICWJ).
Labor Division, Southern Christian Leadership Campaign, National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice (NICWJ), Jobs with Justice, Alliance for Retired Americans, United Students against Sweatshops and a host of other organizations.