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Fight For $15
Fight For $15 news and analysis from The Nation
August 11, 2017
Democrats Are Fighting Among Themselves, and That’s Okay
When parties are in the wilderness, they need a healthy debate about ideals.
Robert L. Borosage
July 26, 2017
Democrats Are Finally Waking Up
Two new economic agendas are moving the party in a starkly populist direction.
Robert L. Borosage
July 18, 2017
A Plan to Make Flying Less Awful
How would airports change if the workers who made them run earned a living wage?
June 30, 2017
No, Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Is Not Hurting Workers
Contrary to what one unrepresentative study found, the city’s workers are actually benefiting from the wage hike.
May 3, 2017
Jackson, Mississippi, Just Nominated Radical Activist Chokwe Antar Lumumba to Be the Next Mayor
A fresh model for economic and social-justice politics is emerging in the South.
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May 1, 2017
The Day Without Immigrant Workers Has Begun
Immigrant workers and fast-food workers across the country are saying no to exploitation in their workplaces and Trump’s attacks from the White House.
March 31, 2017
Meet the New Social Change Coalition: ‘The Majority’
A new coalition is challenging Trump’s agenda with a radical vision of their own.
March 8, 2017
For Fast-Food Workers in Israel—Especially Palestinians—Organizing Presents Special Challenges
The McDonald’s franchise is owned by a Peace Now advocate who opposes the occupation, but he’s no friend to unions.
March 3, 2017
Can a Champion of Black Lives Matter Become Mayor of St. Louis?
Tishaura Jones is running to “uproot racism” just a few miles from the streets where Michael Brown was murdered.
February 27, 2017
Demand That Congress and State Lawmakers Reject So-Called ‘Right-to-Work’ Laws
With Republicans in control of Congress, the White House, and 32 statehouses across the country, organizers are hard at work beating back so-called “right-to-work” laws.