Economic Justice

Photo credit: Steve Rhodes via flickr On this past Black Friday, Walmart workers in San Leandro, California joined workers across the nation in demanding higher wages at the nation’s top employer.

TAGS: People powered economies
When US workers can work 40+ hours a week but still struggle to meet basic needs, there’s a problem. What we can do about it.

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A look at Gov. Brown’s State of the State address.

TAGS: Governor Jerry Brown
Debt and the Rolling Jubilee
How debt impacts Americans and the Rolling Jubilee aims to help.

TAGS: Rolling Jubilee
The Dignity of Work
A look at how the human rights of workers in the United States need to be protected.

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My Mother’s Work Deserves Dignity
On Blog for Human Rights Day, Mercy looks at the rights (or lack thereof) for domestic workers, like her mother Nell.

TAGS: Domestic workers
An interview with the author of Don't Buy It: The Trouble with Talking Nonsense about the Economy

TAGS: Anat Shenker-Osorio
An opportunity to attend an event bringing together companies and thinkers who are modernizing the age old idea of sharing.

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From beginning to end, moving my money was way easier than I could've expected, and the satisfaction of having done it way greater than I imagined.

TAGS: move your money
Salima and Lucas report back from the 99% TakeOver of Wells Fargo and invite you to join them on May Day for more people-power in action.

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