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Published: 01 November 2013
National Domestic Workers Alliance Children of domestic workers join with children cared for by domestic workers and others on a march in 2012 to demand passage of the California Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights. National Domestic Workers Alliance. / Children of domestic workers join with More
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Tikkun (1 November 2013) 28 (4): 36–39.
Published: 01 November 2013
...National Domestic Workers Alliance Children of domestic workers join with children cared for by domestic workers and others on a march in 2012 to demand passage of the California Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights. National Domestic Workers Alliance. / Children of domestic workers join with...
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Published: 01 April 2011
The most inspiring examples of workers taking over factories have been coming from Argentina. Sin Patrón , published in English by Haymarket Books, tells in the workers’ own words the stories of ten occupied and recovered workplaces. The most inspiring examples of workers taking over factories More
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Published: 01 January 2011
Workers at Ohio Cooperative Solar (left) and Evergreen Laundry take part in a strategy to capture ever-greater shares of spending in health, energy, and other key sectors for an integrated, large-scale network of worker-owned businesses. Workers at Ohio Cooperative Solar (left) and Evergreen More
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Published: 01 August 2011
Workers in Wisconsin have mounted a fierce battle to preserve their collective bargaining rights. Here, thousands pack the Capitol Rotunda in Madison, Wisconsin, to protest anti-union legislation in February 2011. Credit: Creative Commons/Jessie Reeder. Workers in Wisconsin have mounted a fierce More
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Published: 01 November 2013
National Domestic Workers Alliance “In the intimate space in which caregivers work, the ‘us vs. them’ model no longer serves,” Poo writes. “The moment when employers of domestic workers became our partners was a profound step.” Here, a domestic worker sits with her employer. National Domestic More
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Published: 01 November 2013
National Domestic Workers Alliance Organizers affiliated with the National Domestic Worker’s Alliance meet in Washington, D.C. “We built a winning coalition that crossed lines of race, class, gender, and age,” Poo writes. National Domestic Workers Alliance. / Organizers affiliated with the More
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Published: 01 January 2015
Creative Commons/Robert Scoble “The gifts of workers from both hemispheres flow toward capitalists and corporations based in the Global North,” Vaughan writes. Here, workers at the Seagate factory in Wuxi, China, perform final testing on laptop drives. Creative Commons/Robert Scoble. / “The More
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Published: 01 August 2013
© Bill Hughes Photos Striking workers have urged conference organizers such as the Union of Reform Judaism to join a targeted boycott against hotels that UNITE HERE has identified as the worst offenders. © Bill Hughes Photos. / Striking workers have urged conference organizers such as the Union More
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Published: 01 August 2013
© Bill Hughes Photos Workers picket outside a Hyatt hotel in Baltimore. “Hyatt Corporation is on the offensive to dismantle the standards of fair wages, working conditions, and job protections that union hotel workers have achieved after decades of struggle,” the author writes. © Bill Hughes More
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Published: 01 August 2013
UNITE HERE Workers walk in the cold night to fight for each other’s rights, having taken the difficult and courageous step of calling for a boycott of their own hotels. UNITE HERE. / Workers walk in the cold night to fight for each other’s rights, having taken the difficult and courageous step More
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Published: 01 April 2015
Ministers, imams, airport workers, and community allies march to demand a $15 per hour minimum wage at SeaTac Airport near Seattle, Washington, on April 28, 2012. Jonathan Rosenblum Ministers, imams, airport workers, and community allies march to demand a $15 per hour minimum wage at SeaTac More
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Published: 01 April 2012
The horizontal social relations of the Occupy movement are strikingly similar to the horizontalidad that emerged a decade ago during Argentina’s popular rebellion. Here, workers protest outside the Supreme Court building in Buenos Aires in December 2001. The horizontal social relations of the More
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Published: 01 April 2015
Yemane Gebremicael (right) urges SeaTac residents to support local businesses that endorsed the ballot initiative aimed at raising the minimum wage and guaranteeing full-time work, paid sick leave, and strong job protections for every airport worker. Jonathan Rosenblum Yemane Gebremicael (right More
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Published: 01 August 2014
concerning the treatment of workers, animals, and the earth. Magen Tzedek (magentzedek.org). / “As religious people, we should eat foods that were grown with ecological foresight and raised with compassion,” Levy‐Lyons writes. This Magen Tzedek seal is placed on food that meets traditional kosher standards More
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Published: 01 January 2014
Taslima Akhter ( taslimaakhter.com ) A narrow focus on sexual assault can obscure how the structural violence of the global economy is also a central source of women’s suffering in the Global South. This photo, Death of Thousand Dreams by Taslima Akhter, captures the final embrace of two workers More
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Published: 01 August 2013
with striking Hyatt workers in Chicago. UNITE HERE. / Is it a Jewish obligation to stand up for collective bargaining rights? Here Rabbi Victor Mirelman of West Suburban Temple Har Zion, Rabbi Larry Edwards of Congregation Or Chadash, and Rabbi Brant Rosen of Evanston’s Jewish Reconstructionist More
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Published: 01 January 2013
LB How might the ability to see analogies between others’ traumas and our own make us more able to see ourselves as part of an interconnected community? Downtown Vancouver emerges from foliage in this photo taken by a participant in the WISH Drop-in Center for survival sex workers. LB. / How More
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Published: 01 January 2013
LB Goldberg’s photography class sought to counter society’s oversimplified vision of “the life of a sex worker” by inviting participants to tell their own narratives. “It’s not all about misery and despair,” Goldberg writes. “There are pictures of friends and loved ones, pictures of pets, pictures More
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Published: 01 January 2013
LB Goldberg’s photography class sought to counter society’s oversimplified vision of “the life of a sex worker” by inviting participants to tell their own narratives. “It’s not all about misery and despair,” Goldberg writes. “There are pictures of friends and loved ones, pictures of pets, pictures More