The Farmworkers’ Health Crisis

(Source) To date, there are approximately three million farmworkers employed throughout the United States. They feed the world through their labor, bringing fruits, vegetables, and other crops to homes across the nation. But despite how critical their work is to our well-being, farmworkers often labor under substandard conditions, earn poverty wages, and face a myriad

LMAO: Labor Movement Already Online, while the National Labor Relations Act is stuck in analog


The Epidemic of Incel Violence

                                                                                                           (Source) The

The FABRIC Act: Mending Workplace Protections in American Garment Manufacturing


Partisan Gerrymandering: All or None         

                                                                                                      (Source) Each election in

Toward a U.S.-Cuba Détente

(Source) The United States and Cuba share a long, complex history—from allies to enemies when, in 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew Fulgencio Batista, President of Cuba’s then U.S.-backed government, in the establishment of a socialist state. During the half-century that followed, successive U.S. administrations economically and diplomatically isolated the island country, most notably through the imposition

Pay-per-read: The Cost of Revitalizing the Newspaper Industry


Dust to Dust: Why We Should Legalize Human Composting

                                                                                                          (Source) What

The Lingering Effects of Trump’s Family-Separation Policy

(Source) “They had to use physical force to take the child out of his hands,” one Border Patrol agent told The Washington Post. The man, Marco Antonio Muñoz, was initially placed in a chain-link detention cell, but, so agitated over the separation of his family, was later taken to a local jail. “He yelled and

Decades-long waits for green card if you were born in the “wrong” country


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