Not all governments are clashing with public employees. Seattle’s city council president on why the city passed a resolution in support of public employees and collective bargaining.
Ex-cons show each other the way out at San Francisco’s Delancey Street.
Soldiers returning to a bleak job market grow a new set of skills.
Breaking through "tough on crime" policies to give all Americans a chance at employment.
Targeting workers, the unemployed, and public services won’t do it. Help us find the solutions that will.
How the movement for workers’ rights can harness the energy of the present moment.
All around you are everyday heroes who refuse to be complicit in the economic mistreatment of other people.
Amy Goodman and Naomi Klein on how Americans across the country are resisting the shock doctrine.
Playing money games to profit from false expectations is not the same as investing in jobs that produce real value to meet real needs
As Wisconsin’s attack on workers spreads to other states, so does the historic uprising that began in Madison.
In a controversial move, Republicans maneuvered the passage of Wisconsin’s assault on collective bargaining after three weeks of protests. How’d they do it, and what happens next?
Firefighters weren’t directly included in the anti-union bill that sparked the protests in Madison. Lieutenant Mahlon Mitchell on why they’re taking to the streets, anyway.
A new wave of campus clothing that's made with a livable wage.
A long-excluded workforce finally gets the protections it deserves.
The debate in Wisconsin doesn’t just apply to union members and public workers—it applies to every American who cares about our fundamental rights as citizens.