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Migrant workers news and analysis from The Nation
July 27, 2016
Yes, Temps Can Unionize Too
Temp employees often have a hard time figuring out who their real boss is. A new NLRB ruling takes the guesswork out of that conundrum.
July 18, 2016
Sanctuary Cities Are Some of the Few Havens for Undocumented Immigrants
And now Republicans have the cities in their sights.
June 10, 2016
Seafood Is a Dirtier Business Than You Think
The global seafood industry is exploitative at each step of the supply chain, from Thailand to the Louisiana Gulf.
April 25, 2016
The Guggenheim Doesn’t Want Labor Activists Interfering With Its Luxurious Abu Dhabi Outpost
The Guggenheim is building a museum in the United Arab Emirates, and no longer wants to hear what activists think about it.
March 31, 2016
Meet the Long-Forgotten Organizer Who Inspired Cesar Chavez to Become an Activist
In 1952, Fred Ross appeared at Chavez’s door. The meeting changed Chavez’s life—and farmworker history.
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March 31, 2016
We Are Judged by How We Treat the Helpless and the Poor
On his 89th birthday, it’s worth remembering how complicated and controversial Cesar Chavez really was.
March 2, 2016
Meet Gianni Infantino, the New Head of FIFA
The role of the chief comes with less power and a clear mission to make the operation a bit less rank.
January 22, 2016
The Hospitality Industry’s Two-Tier Workforce
At one hotel, two groups of housekeepers can do the same work but get very different pay.
December 22, 2015
What Can You Actually Do for Syrian Refugees?
Trump wants to ban refugees fleeing ISIS and civil war. Here’s how to welcome them instead.
December 21, 2015
Sepp Blatter Is Suspended for Eight Years, Compares Self to Mandela
FIFA’s chief has been suspended for eight years, but the drama is just beginning.