employers

How the Working Class Can Fight Corporate Giants

December 3, 2013
Leo Panitch: Giant corporations like Wal-Mart actively suppress unionization among workers

Immigration Reform Requires Dismantling NAFTA and Respecting Migrants’ Rights

October 29, 2013

David Bacon explains the essentials of immigration reform. David Beacon, author and immigration rights activist, says that immigration policy reform must take economic and trade agreements into account, and uphold migrants' rights. “When the North American Free Trade Agreement allowed big U.S. grain companies, for instance, to dump cheap, cheap corn on the Mexican market,…

Honduras

October 21, 2013
Garifuna communities and developers battle over mega-tourism projects Afro-descendant Hondurans are struggling against mega-tourism projects that threaten their way of life. The Garifuna people, who live on the north coast of Honduras, are fighting against the construction of the Los Micos Beach and Golf Resort, a development project featuring 750 acres of beach houses and…

Inequality and Instability

September 11, 2013
Salvatore Babones: The economy is growing, but most workers are left behind

Does a Higher Minimum Wage Reduce Jobs?

September 5, 2013
Jeannette Wicks-Lim: Santa Fe Raised their minimum wage 65% and employers didn’t cut jobs.

Workers/People's Rights

August 28, 2013
Chicago retail workers earn concessions from their employer after striking

Senate Immigration Bill Fails to Advance Immigrant Rights

June 11, 2013

Comprehensive immigration reform fails to address root causes of migration

Bangladesh

May 1, 2013
Bill Black: In the name of competitiveness, the criminal conditions that led to the deaths and injuries of thousands of workers in Bangladesh, are being created around the world in a race to lower wages and working conditions