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Economic Justice

Sister Simone Campbell Speaks to Congress about Poverty

On July 31, Sister Simone Campbell testified about poverty before the House Budget Committee, chaired by Representative Paul Ryan. Read more

Toolkit: Nuns on The Bus for Medicaid Expansion

NETWORK invites all nuns, and we are all nuns, to form teams of activists for Medicaid expansion in your state. Read more

We MUST Confront the Wealth Gap!

It is time to both "Mind" and "Mend" the wealth gap in our country! Read more

Economic Justice

Our Catholic faith teaches us that because people were created in the image of God, each person has an inherent and unalienable dignity. This further means that each person has a right to the conditions for living a decent life, including nourishment and a safe place in which to raise a family. The conditions for living a decent life come from a strong economy, an economy that not only generates enough resources for all, but which makes adequate resources available to all.

We the Taxpayers Lesson Six: "Building the Movement"

 

PRINT 6.3 Changing the Tax Story

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Five: "Values to Tax By"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Four: "What Taxes Can Do"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Three: "The Taxes We Don't Pay"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson Two: "The Taxes We Pay"

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We the Taxpayers Lesson One: "Faith, Justice, and... Taxes?"

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