For America’s workers, Labor Day marks more than the end of summer. It’s a reminder of the struggles we have won—and those that lie ahead.
A minimum-wage pre-emption measure, backed by the hotel industry and signed by Governor Chafee, has been met with hunger strikes, electoral challenges and protests.
With friends like this, who needs Republicans.
We are in the midst of a grassroots populist movement designed to rebalance the tilted economic scales in our country.
As minimum wage battles flare around the country, the nation’s capital leads the way with a significant increase.
At a time when 4.5 million Americans make at or below the minimum wage, a broad coalition unites to demand better pay.
A campaign that brought together African-Americans and undocumented workers stopped an anti-immigrant bill in its tracks.
Low-wage workers in hotels near Los Angeles International Airport are the latest to benefit from the city's living-wage law, riding a wave of considerable political momentum.
Seeing the limits of living-wage laws, activists seek a raise for all workers.
A vast impoverished population languishes in the midst of our economy.