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Unpredictable Work Schedules: As Companies Shave Costs With Just-In-Time Scheduling, Workers, Regulators Fight Back

Brianna Roy-Rankin, 23, is just the kind of worker Target would like to retain and promote. She says she loved her job...

International Business Times | Restoring a Fair Workweek

Face to Face With the Fed, Workers Ask for More Help

New York Times - November 14, 2014, by Binyamin Appelbaum - Jean Andre traveled from Queens to the...

Puerto Rican Families Displaced in Florida by Hurricane María Recruited as Potential Voters

The Summer for Puerto Rico campaign is spearheaded by Julio López Varona, the Director of Puerto Rico Diaspora...

NPR Latino USA | Civic Engagement
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The Activists Who Helped Shut Down Trump’s CEO Councils

The Activists Who Helped Shut Down Trump’s CEO Councils

The CEOs who made up two White House advisory councils have fled like rats on a sinking ship. Their exodus — a dramatic...

inequality.org | Civic Engagement

Progressive Activists Take A Seat For The People At Federal Reserve Retreat

Two years ago this week, the nonprofit Center for Popular Democracy and allied groups launched the Fed Up campaign,...

Advocates Keep Fighting for Workweek Fairness

But six months later, the Times ...

Meet the Ordinary People Who Are Mobilizing around Monetary Policy

The Washington Post - August 19, 2014, by Ylan Q. Mui - District resident Shemethia Butler never finished college or...

Latinos Have The Highest Mortality Rate In Accidents Of The New York Construction Industry

Latinos Post - February 26, 2014, by Jorge Calvillo - The Hispanic and immigrant population employed in the...

[created] | Published by: Financial Times

Fed chair Jay Powell faces his first political test

Fed chair Jay Powell faces his first political test

“Some campaigners are critical of the Fed’s handling of the mis-selling scandal at Wells Fargo, which is headquartered...

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Why U.S. Cities Are Fighting to Attract Immigrants

Why U.S. Cities Are Fighting to Attract Immigrants

Backyard barbecues. Fireworks. A day off work. Among these traditions we look forward to on the Fourth of July, there...

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