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Seattle Fast Food Workers' Strike the 7th Of Its Kind

Fast food workers are striking across the country. Do you know why?

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Yet Another Study Proves the Poor Are Getting Poorer, With No End In Sight

The study, by the Federal Reserve Board, the U.S. Treasury, and Indiana University, suggests revamping the tax code to increase upward mobility.

How Far Have Women Come Since Rosie the Riveter's Death in 1997?

On May 31, 1997 Rosie Monroe passed away at the age of 77. A cultural icon throughout World War II, Rosie the Riveter symbolized the mobilization of Americans to support the war effort.

White People 150% Wealthier Than Everyone Else Compared to 4 Years Ago

Whites are now, on average, six times as wealthy as people of color. Four years ago, they were four times as wealthy.
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May Day Protests: 4 Reasons to Hold Walmart Accountable Today

May Day provides the perfect opportunity to review Walmart's notorious anti-worker business practices. Here are four reasons to hold Wal-Mart accountable.
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Juicy Couture Workers Fight For Full-Time Jobs

To save healthcare costs, Juicy Couture is cutting workers' hours in half. But employees are fighting back.

NYC Fast Food Strike: What Part Of MLK's Pro-Labor Message is Lost Today?

NYC fast food workers struck last Thursday, following in the footsteps of Memphis sanitation workers in 1968. The strike highlights a part of MLK's message too often ignored in modern politics.
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Occupy Sussex: Why UK College Students Are Fighting Outsourcing

Anti-privatization student and faculty protestors at the University of Sussex in the UK are seeing their protests banned, in a grave blow to free speech and worker's rights.
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3 Grocery Stores You Can Feel Good Shopping At

Whether you want to frequent a pro-labor grocery store to shop with as clear a conscience as possible, or you just want the better service that decent labor rights yield, check out these grocers.
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Thomas Perez Labor Secretary Appointment is Great News For Domestic Workers

Domestic work, a profession dominated by women and immigrants, has been intentionally left out of U.S. labor politics in the past, but new Labor Secretary Thomas Perez could change all of that.