Blog | August 31, 2021

Why Immediate and Long-Term Unemployment Reform is a Matter of Racial and Gender Justice

A transformed unemployment insurance system must center racial and gender justice.

News Releases | August 5, 2021

On the Passing of AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka

President Trumka spent his life fighting for workers’ rights and economic justice; he remains an inspiration to all.

News Releases | April 30, 2021

New Report: Just-Cause Reforms Broadly Popular, Offer Solutions to Workplace Racial Inequity

Under at-will employment, most employers can legally fire workers without warning or explanation. We need to change that.

News Releases | February 26, 2021

On Federal Legislation Creating a Path to Citizenship for Frontline Immigrant Workers

The Citizenship for Essential Workers Act is a testament to the movement for immigrant rights.

News Releases | February 11, 2021

FAIR Act Will Help Enforce Workers’ Rights and Ability to Join Together and Fight Back Against Employer and Corporate Wrongdoing

The FAIR Act would end corporations’ imposition of forced arbitration and class/collective action waivers in employment and civil rights cases.

News Releases | February 10, 2021

NELP and Allies File Supreme Court Amicus Brief to Defend Labor Organizers’ Access to Worksites

An adverse decision could potentially jeopardize regulators’ ability to access jobsites to enforce critical worker protections.

News Releases | February 3, 2021

On the Passing of John Sweeney, Former AFL-CIO President

Sweeney spent his career making the world a better place for all workers, be they in a union or not.

News Releases | February 3, 2021

New Survey From Broad Coalition Shows Overlapping Challenges of Racial, Gender, and Economic Injustice Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Survey reinforces need for worker-centered and equity-focused interventions in the pandemic recovery.

News Releases | December 31, 2020

New Year Brings Minimum Wage Increases From Coast to Coast

Washington, DC. Underpaid frontline workers have been among the hardest hit by the pandemic, but many can expect a bit(…)

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