Michelle Chen is a contributing writer for The Nation. She is also a contributing editor at Dissent magazine, a contributing writer at In These Times, and a co-producer of Asia Pacific Forum podcast and Dissent’s Belabored podcast. She studied history at the City University of New York Graduate Center.
An alternative education that makes sense would go beyond test prep
Safety advocates say the government has plenty of tools available to protect workers; it just needs the political will to apply them.
The sherpas who perform incredibly dangerous work on the mountain have called off this year’s climbing season.
The impasse facing the TWA healthcare program stems from the taxi workforce’s structural exclusion from labor protections
An untold number of interns could be excluded from the new law due to a question of classification.
When workers gain democratic control over their energy futures, they won’t just be trying to cope with climate change, they’ll be overturning entrenched economic structures.
What if we really worked 9 to 5?
Could China’s justice system be morphing from an instrument of the authoritarian state into a contested political terrain?