Now that Proposition 22 has passed, app-based drivers could be looking at a future with little to no benefits and low wages.
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On Sept. 9, many federal and state prisons and county jails became the grounds for the largest inmate strike in U.S. history. The strike was a mass refusal, by inmates across 24 states, to continue to be forced into free labor by the prison system. Small protests in support of the prison strike called the […]
Supermarket union contract renewal time is quickly approaching for three major Southern California stores, as unpleasant memories of the 2003-2004 strike run through the minds of both employees and shoppers.
Calling attention to the injustices felt by middle and low-income laborers in the work force will bring equal opportunity and a stable economy.