"I don't recall reading a more insightful book about this topic." —Daily Kos
"Argues perfectly for the importance of community allies in improving struggling workers’ lives." —Boston Review
"In this fascinating yet disturbing (and ultimately optimistic) book [Bobo] provides the reader with nothing less than the anatomy of an invisible epidemic." —The Black Commentator
"An enthralling book." —Robert Coles
About the Author
Kim Bobo is the founder and executive director of Interfaith Worker Justice, the nation’s largest faith-based network advocating justice in the workplace. She is the author of Wage Theft: Why Millions of Working Americans Are Not Getting Paid—And What We Can Do About It (The New Press) and Lives Matter: A Handbook for Christian Organizing and a co-author, with Jackie Kendall and Steve Max, of Organizing for Social Change, the most widely used manual on progressive activism in the country. She lives in Chicago, Illinois.