In the October issue of Friends Journal, a monthly magazine focused on contemporary Quaker faith and practice, AFSC’s Rick Wilson, coordinator of the West Virginia Economic Justice project, writes about “Economic justice 101”:

What is economic justice? My flip answer is to say that I haven’t really seen any yet but hope to recognize it when I do. It might be easier to define what working for it means.

To read the article, including why economic justice matters and how you can work for it, go to friendsjournal.org/economic-justice-10.

AFSC’s West Virginia Economic Justice Project works on statewide issues affecting low-income and working families. Watch a short video about its work.