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Church & Society
"Visions of a New Century: Women and Economic Justice!"

November/ December 2000. Jumpstart your commitment to economic justice: get a copy of Church and Society  magazine's "Visions of a New Century: Women and Economic Justice!" This resource is a compilation of many of the speeches on the status of women in today's global economy given at the Women's Advocacy Economic Conference March 2000. Article titles include "How Dirty Is Your Computer?: Women and Toxins in the Workplace," and "Sweatshop Economy vs. Faith-based Activism," with contributors including theologian Delores Williams and labor organizer Kim Bobo. Every piece ends with steps for discussion, reflection, and action a perfect resource for a study group!

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