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Voting Rights Act
Black Lives Matter
July 23, 2015
Meet ALEC’s Little Brother, ACCE
The right-wing lobby’s newest offshoot is equipping city and county officials with the tools to promote special-interest bills at the local level.
July 17, 2015
Cabbies Are Driving the Opposition to China’s Ridesharing Revolution
Taxi drivers are striking back to defend their right to a fair living.
July 16, 2015
Serfing the Web: On-Demand Workers Deserve a Place at the Table
Workers’ voices are being excluded from discussions on the future of the “sharing economy.”
July 8, 2015
If You Could Decrease a Workplace’s Injury Rate by 65 Percent, Would You?
When nurses can’t speak up about unsafe hospital conditions without risking their jobs, both labor and the public lose a powerful potential advocate.
July 6, 2015
This Airline’s Scheduling System Is Making Its Pilots Exhausted
Would you want to travel with a company whose scheduling system is leading to fatigue and burnout for the people flying your plane?
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June 23, 2015
June 23, 1947: Congress Overrides Truman’s Veto of the Taft-Hartley Labor Management Relations Act
“A bad bill has become bad law.”
June 22, 2015
As the Semester Ends, Students Hold Sit-Ins, Win Higher Pay, and Unionize
Major wins for economic and racial justice, from campus to the workplace.
June 16, 2015
Is Gawker’s Unionization a Sign That Creative Workers Are Finally Realizing Their Worth?
Can web publishing’s freewheeling structure shake up received wisdom about wielding collective labor power?
June 16, 2015
25 Years Later: Lessons From the Organizers of Justice for Janitors
The campaign succeeded because it went after the people who truly had power over the workers’ livelihood—not the powerless subcontractors.
May 20, 2015
‘Jimmy From the Block’ Just Beat the Billionaires
Nominated for mayor of Philadelphia, a progressive teaches a lesson about coalition politics.