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A report by the Chicago Urban League has shed a new light on the failures of capitalism to provide for working people of color. The unemployment rate of black male teenagers is at an astounding...

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Find your local March for $15 action! Re-posted from 15now.org From the Philadelphia march for International Women’s day on March 8th to the Seattle Action groups’ banner drops and bus speak-outs mobilizing for March 15th,...

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“$15 an hour and a union.” In the past six months, this call has captured the attention of not only hundreds of low-wage workers who have taken job action but also millions more who’ve seen...

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By Tom Crean, United Federation of Teachers (NYC), chapter leader (personal capacity) In February, the school board in Central Falls, Rhode Island, the poorest and most densely populated city in the state, voted to fire...

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