Thursday, May 25, 2017
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Using lunch to punish the poor

Nearly half of American school districts shame and stigmatize kids whose parents can't afford school lunches.

Why Bernie Sanders is pushing for more employee-owners in the workforce

In times when Washington is unlikely to agree on much, employee ownership offers a bipartisan approach toward building a stronger and more just economy.

Trump’s cruel and deviant budget

Trump’s budget celebrates a cruel and virulent form of individualism – much like Trump himself.

Boycott Trump

Can a movement to hurt the President financially change the political landscape?

‘Together and unified,’ AT&T workers launch three-day strike

This strike comes as part of the largest-ever contract mobilization at AT&T Mobility.

How we can get Walmart’s $237-million-man to pay his own freight

Pay-ratio taxes just might help bring that “collective happiness” a little closer.

Stop blaming workers, the bosses made this mess

Immigration reform cannot be separated from labor and trade reform. We can't fix the former without dealing with the other two.

The 21st Century presented America with exciting new opportunities; what in the world happened?

The stagnation, the regression that plagues America will continue. One day the people of America might rise up to put an end to it. But when is that ever going to happen?

The problems and promise of the new Silk Roads

In a time when it seems we are constantly being divided from our common humanity, the symbolism of the new Silk Roads is important in and of itself.