Our faith tradition calls for righting wrongs and restoring people and communities to right relationships; thus, we must ask what is good and effective and what is wrong and unjust about our global system of trade. This resource is a statement of the U.S. Interfaith Trade Justice Campaign; it explores the way in which faith connects with the injustice of the world. It also looks at the ways in which the current international trade system affects people in poverty. Further information on the U.S. Interfaith Trade Campaign is also included.
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