Workers Interfaith Network is made up of people just like you who faithfully seek justice with Mid-South workers. Through Workers Interfaith Network, people of faith, workers, and community activists join together to win living wages and stop unfair working conditions.
Changing poverty wages and unjust working conditions can seem overwhelming.
What can one person do? Plenty.
Workers Interfaith Network (WIN) members press elected officials and business owners to respect workers’ rights and pay livable wages.
Members of our Workers’ Center learn how to defend their basic workplace rights.
Stories from the frontlines of WIN’s work
By organizing with WIN, people like you are learning about the power they have to bring about justice. Read more
Organizing people of faith
At WIN, we believe that every person has God-given dignity that must be respected in the workplace. We honor our Creator by seeking justice that enables workers to share in the fruits of their labor. Read more
Memphis Workers’ Center
Every worker has rights, whether you’re an immigrant or you were born in this country. The Memphis Workers’ Center partners with workers like you to stop wage theft and uphold your basic rights. Read more
Since WIN’s founding in 2002, our members have won many victories. Learn how people like you have established living wages and stopped unfair working conditions. Read more
Find out more about WIN’s history, contact our staff, learn about internships, or read our annual reports. Read more