Latter-day Saints and Worker Justice Study Guide

This eight-page study guide was produced by Interfaith Worker Justice. Research assistance was provided by Kate Holbrook, a native of Provo, UT, who received her M.T.S. from Harvard Divinity School. Ms. Holbrook and her husband are active members of the Cambridge Stake in Massachusetts. Additional research was provided by John-Charles Duffy and James Tobler of Mormons for Equality and Social Justice, Salt Lake City. Also, thanks for comments and review by Michael Lester, Community Liaison, AFL-CIO, Salt Lake City. Ms Lester is an active member of the Magna East Stake.

An excerpt from the introduction of Latter-day Saints and Justice for Workers:

"LDS scripture attests to the importance God places on caring for the poor, thereby supporting families and communities. Because of the practical nature of their faith, Latter-day Saints have a history of organizing to seek solutions to temporal needs."

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