"It’s heartbreaking to see how quickly this happened and how much people are already hurting," says Rev. Alexia Salvatierra
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) turns 8 in January 2002. Congress is now considering a hemispheric expansion in the form of the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas.
How temp agencies use welfare-to-work laws to rack up big profits.
The United Farm Workers union has called off its 16-year boycott of California table
grapes, citing recent organizing and contract victories as the reason.
The Broetjes had a crazy idea—to treat their workers like people.
Participants in conversations about corporate responsibility and wages often use the
same words to mean entirely different things.
Continuing their two-year vigil, locked-out Detroit newspaper workers brought their protests in May to the Washington, D.C. area home of Gannett Company CEO John Curley.
Fifteen ways to strengthen your congregation's justice ministry with workers.
The Detroit-based monthly newsletter Labor Notes has emerged as the networking
center for the labor reform movement.
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice
Support grows for a shorter work week.
This morning's Washington Post said it is a "workers' market." A