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Our executive director Alissa Quart and EHRP fellow and contributors Hamilton Nolan, Kim Kelly, and Sarah Jaffe appeared on panels at a labor journalism conference hosted by University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School and Rutgers University. Quart also gave a lecture to students

Co-published with Mother JonesWith few protections, the day-to-day demands of caregivers can go unnoticed.

Co-published with Mother JonesUnder Gov. Ron DeSantis, education has come under fire. It’s a fight against labor, too.

Co-published with Mother Jones. Unions are popular but facing decades of decline. We asked photographers to document this unique moment for the American worker.

Co-published with New York Focus. Long-term subs stay with the same classes and can serve like full-time teachers. New York City schools misclassify them — so their pay doesn’t reflect that.

Co-published with SlateThere was a time when hospitality industry unions were some of the most powerful and robust labor organizations in the country.

Co-published with The NationTarget workers are taking on bosses themselves. Is this the future of radical organizing?

Co-published with WIREDThe point wasn’t so much about pay issues, but to give workers more say over what they produce—reflecting a trend of internal protest across the tech industry.

Co-published with The American Prospect. In a time of labor stagnation, a union has committed massive resources to workplace and political organizing—and has bettered the lives of tens of thousands of low-wage workers.

Co-published with OtherWords. When workers can’t organize or speak out, their lives—and ours—may be at risk.

Co-published with WBUR. Boston city councilors say nonprofits and unions have been hesitant to work with their offices since two former mayoral aides were found guilty of federal extortion charges.

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksMelissa Chadburn on anger, organizing, and the persistence necessary to carry on.

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