Kim Bobo

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Kim Bobo "founded Interfaith Worker Justice in 1996 and has since provided leadership and vision for building the organization and the movement for worker justice.

"Prior to Interfaith Worker Justice, Kim was a trainer for the Midwest Academy, and Director of Organizing for Bread for the World. She writes a column for Religion Dispatches, a new online magazine. She is co-author of Organizing for Social Change, the best-selling organizing manual in the country, and author of Lives Matter: A Handbook for Christian Organizing. Her new book, Wage Theft in America: Why Millions of Working Americans Are Not Getting Paid - And What We Can Do About It, will be released in November. It is the first and only book to document the wage theft crisis in the nation and propose practical solutions for addressing it.

"Kim is the Choir Director at Good News Community Church, a multi-cultural congregation in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Kim and her husband, Stephen Coats, have twin teenage sons, Eric and Benjamin." [1]

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  1. Kim Bobo, Interfaith Worker Justice, accessed March 17, 2009.