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In the neighborhood where Cesar Chavez got his start, janitors, cooks and shuttle drivers are organizing to end the area’s inequality epidemic.
And collective action is the only answer.
No economic opportunity agenda for women can be complete without Black women’s needs, experiences and dreams at the forefront.
After a three-and-a-half-year struggle, workers in Cablevision’s first unionized shop finally win a contract.
When a millionaire governor decrees austerity, it’s time for the left to step up.
A critical lack of affordable housing is turning overpriced motels into long-term shelter.
Uber and Airbnb monetize the desperation of people in the post-crisis economy while sounding generous—and evoke a fantasy of community in an atomized population.
What the rise of the app-based cab service says about the future of work in America
From ALEC to the Heritage Foundation, a group of anti-labor stalwarts is looking to turn cities and counties into “right-to-work” zones.
Twenty years after the first living-wage law was passed in Baltimore, the campaign’s lead organizer warns that the model has been watered down.