News and Features
CORE’s victory is a boost to social movement unionism—and a model for other unions around the country.
One of the youngest and poorest senators, Martin Heinrich rose to the top as a supporter of labor and environmental issues.
The executive director of the Bangladesh Center for Worker Solidarity talks to Pramila Jayapal about how American consumers can pressure US corporations to protect workers abroad.
Demanding a living wage of $15 per hour, employees at Macy’s, Subway, McDonald’s, Victoria’s Secret and more have walked off the job.
From the Bronx to Brooklyn, workers at car washes and fast food joints are finding ways to fight for their rights.
As images of wealth abound, the struggles of ordinary workers have become invisible.
Day laborers who clean for ultra-Orthodox Jewish households are learning about their rights.
The annual hoops hysteria known as March Madness generates a tidal wave of revenue—but the players don’t receive a dime of it.
Feminists were quick—too quick—to question the Facebook COO's motives for writing Lean In, her self-help manifesto.
The heat is on big banks and CEOs as labor and community activists band together.
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