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Janice Fine is Associate Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations at the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University where she teaches and writes about low wage immigrant labor in the U.S., historical and contemporary debates regarding immigration policy and labor standards enforcement as well as innovative union and community organizing strategies. She is the author of Worker Centers: Organizing Communities at the Edge of the Dream (2006) published by Cornell University Press and the Economic Policy Institute.
A fair path to citizenship, an end to deportations, a better temporary worker program, immigration reform that works for women—three activists and a policy expert talk about what the reform bill must include.