Posts Tagged: u.s. working class

Provisions for paid sick and family leave fall short

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Last year, a Federal Reserve report revealed what working-class people already knew: People were struggling even as corporate news pundits claimed the...

Housing Works workers continue union fight despite intimidation from non-profit

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Unionizing is becoming increasingly popular with non-profit employees.

Jose Cortes intervenes in CA50 congressional candidate forum

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On Feb. 7, four candidates were set to take the stage at a CA50 candidate forum.

NUHW workers strike for better mental health care for their patients

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On Dec. 16, the National Union for Healthcare Workers began a week-long strike at Kaiser Permanente's Clairemont Mesa Blvd facility in San Diego, Cali...

Public housing residents sue NYC over slum conditions

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In addition to demanding repairs, residents involved in this lawsuit are demanding full public funding for NYCHA.

Peaceful rally in solidarity with terminated workers dispersed by police

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On Black Friday, Nov. 29, across the United States, members of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees and their allies resp...

Google terminates workers for organizing campaign against collaboration with CBP

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The tech giant has in the past few months cracked down on knowledge sharing between workers.

20,000 teachers gather in Indianapolis, shut down schools across Indiana in second Red for Ed Day

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Teachers have been increasingly targeted by state lawmakers.

Amazon interferes in Seattle election, is rebuked by results

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No amount of corporate money can keep us down forever.

‘Millennials’ vs. ‘boomers’: the making of a non-issue

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Baby boomers, the generation born roughly between 1946 and 1964, are sometimes stereotyped in trendy hipster political discourse as having backward an...