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Radical shifts for Black women workers mean building new narratives centered on abundance, dignity, and collective liberation.
At-will employment and the subminimum wage emerged from the backlash to Emancipation.
NELP’s ED Rebecca Dixon reflects on two years of COVID-19
Milwaukee Public School Teachers and Supporters Picket by Charles Edward Miller 4-24-18 (CC BY-SA 2.0) This year’s State of the(…)
A transformed unemployment insurance system must center racial and gender justice.
In a virtual briefing before Congressional staff on March 4, 2021, “Centering Workers of Color to Ensure Essential Rights in(…)
NELP’s roadmap for a Just Recovery is based on our vision for bold structural change and on our fall 2020(…)
To better respond to the threat of preemption, NELP and LSSC formed a partnership in 2019.
In the coming months, policymakers must prioritize the demands of workers of color, including demands for fair access to work(…)