Craig Myrbo, Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice
Craig has been part of the Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice since the group’s first meeting in 1999. He worked on many of their campaigns-those for a living wage, for Madison’s sick leave, and helping lead an anti-sweatshop campaign. As part of the Wisconsin United Methodist Hunger Task Force, Craig has also organized his church’s food program at a homeless shelter. Craig’s commitment makes him a true community hero.
For information about Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice or to volunteer, please visit www.workerjustice.org, or call 608-255-0376.
Hildegard Dorrer, Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice
Hildegard Dorrer’s dedication to peace and justice issues led naturally to her involvement with the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice (WNPJ). For 10 years she has been the newsletter editor for the WNPJ newsletter, which flourished under her direction. WNPJ recognizes her as she retires from her volunteer editor position, and they thank her immensely for being a strong voice on behalf of peace and justice issues.
For information about the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice or to volunteer, please visit www.wnpj.org, or call 608-250-9240.
Photos provided by John Urban, The Urban Photo Company