Faith Advocates for Jobs
Join Faith Advocates for Jobs. Join the interfaith community in calling for an economy that
works for working people. Join in calling Congress to create jobs. Join with other congregations in supporting the unemployed. Join efforts to educate ourselves to be community leaders working
for job creation. Join Faith Advocates for Jobs.
The official unemployment rate has fallen to 8.5%, its
lowest level in nearly three years, and we are told the economy continues to
recover. Nonetheless there are still millions of people who are jobless or
working part time when they want and need full-time hours. Addressing the
crisis of unemployment and under-employment must continue to be the nation’s priority. But
many members of Congress have never seriously addressed the problem of
joblessness and too many of our policymakers continue to focus on deficit
reduction and tax cuts skewed to benefit the wealthy while ignoring the plight
of the unemployed and the underemployed.
The interfaith community has responded to the economic
crisis by creating an organization to work for job creation and support the
unemployed. Faith Advocates for Jobs
is an interfaith organization with three goals:
- organize a large network of congregations to support
the unemployed and their families,
- advocate for public policy initiatives to
address the crisis, and
- develop educational programs in support of job
creation and retention and a restored economy.
More information on Faith Advocates for Jobs’ campaign goals.
congregation, association, or conference. Propose joining Faith Advocates for Jobs. Seek and receive a commitment from your congregation, association, or
conference to advocate for jobs and support the unemployed. Join the campaign by signing up here.
Ms. Edith Rasell, Ph.D.
Minister for Economic Justice
700 Prospect Ave.