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Co-published with The Nation. In California’s agricultural heartland, farmworkers are fighting back against expensive rents, substandard housing, and economic disenfranchisement.

Co-published with SlateI cheer the new benefits. I also know exactly who will continue to bear this burden.

Co-published with Adventure JournalSki resorts are open, but with restaurants closed, and tourism way down, the pandemic might dramatically reshape the ski towns we’ve known and loved.

Co-published with Civil EatsSmall-scale farmers in Ithaca respond to hunger through nimbleness, innovation, and mutualism. If the recently introduced FEED Act passes Congress, the model could …

Co-published with WABEWith no government relief to count on, coronavirus on the rise, and a fragile economy, many jobless Georgians are bracing for a lean and …

Co-published with The New York TimesNew Zealand is pursuing a century-old idea to close the gender pay gap: not equal pay for equal work, but equal …

Co-published with The New Yorker. The President has staged rallies across the Rust Belt, promising a manufacturing revival, but jobs lost to offshoring have increased during …

Co-published with PrismIn New York, home care workers are demanding the abolition of the grueling 24-hour shift and accusing one of America's largest unions of not …

Co-published with The Daily Beast. These voters were made—not born. The way to change that may be a contemporary New Deal to support “laboratories” to restore …

Co-published with The Nation. Maria Orozco, the mayor of a small farming town, is fighting to protect her constituents, regardless of immigration status.

Co-published with In These Times. Courtenay Brown knows she could be on the streets if she loses her job at an Amazon Fresh unit. She’s speaking …

Co-published with In These TimesInspired by his father and grandfather, Sean Carlisle is organizing to win stronger safety measures for his fellow workers.

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