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Changemakers Unveiled: Stories of Labor Pioneers
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Changemakers Unveiled: Stories of Labor Pioneers

Changemakers Unveiled: Stories of Labor Pioneers
California gave fast food workers a seat at the table. What comes next?
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California gave fast food workers a seat at the table. What comes next?

California gave fast food workers a seat at the table. What comes next?
‘Dark forces’: how US corporations turned to courts in fight against unions
What We’re Reading

‘Dark forces’: how US corporations turned to courts in fight against unions

‘Dark forces’: how US corporations turned to courts in fight against unions
5 Black Leaders that Shaped the Labor Movement
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5 Black Leaders that Shaped the Labor Movement

5 Black Leaders that Shaped the Labor Movement
Union membership hit a historic low in 2023, here’s what the data says.
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Union membership hit a historic low in 2023, here’s what the data says.

Union membership hit a historic low in 2023, here’s what the data says.
Eviction Cases Penalize Low-Wage Workers When They’re Down
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Eviction Cases Penalize Low-Wage Workers When They’re Down

Eviction Cases Penalize Low-Wage Workers When They’re Down
Half of recent US inflation due to high corporate profits, report finds
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Half of recent US inflation due to high corporate profits, report finds

Half of recent US inflation due to high corporate profits, report finds
Embracing the Year Ahead
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Embracing the Year Ahead

Embracing the Year Ahead
California new laws for 2024: Workers get more paid sick days
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California new laws for 2024: Workers get more paid sick days

California new laws for 2024: Workers get more paid sick days
Winning Collectively
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Winning Collectively

Winning Collectively
Microsoft Partners With Labor Unions On AI Training As Job Loss Worries Mount
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Microsoft Partners With Labor Unions On AI Training As Job Loss Worries Mount

Microsoft Partners With Labor Unions On AI Training As Job Loss Worries Mount
How Do Wage Gaps Affect Black Women’s Wealth Attainment, and Where Do Expenditures Fit In?
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How Do Wage Gaps Affect Black Women’s Wealth Attainment, and Where Do Expenditures Fit In?

How Do Wage Gaps Affect Black Women’s Wealth Attainment, and Where Do Expenditures Fit In?
Silicon Valley’s AI boom collides with a skeptical Sacramento
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Silicon Valley’s AI boom collides with a skeptical Sacramento

Silicon Valley’s AI boom collides with a skeptical Sacramento
What to Know About the Cal State Faculty Strikes
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What to Know About the Cal State Faculty Strikes

What to Know About the Cal State Faculty Strikes
Unions Raise Pay for Nonunion Workers
What We’re Reading

Unions Raise Pay for Nonunion Workers

Unions Raise Pay for Nonunion Workers
California’s Broadband Plan Has Huge Potential, But Red Flags Abound
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California’s Broadband Plan Has Huge Potential, But Red Flags Abound

California’s Broadband Plan Has Huge Potential, But Red Flags Abound
Memorandum on Advancing Worker Empowerment, Rights, and High Labor Standards Globally
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Memorandum on Advancing Worker Empowerment, Rights, and High Labor Standards Globally

Memorandum on Advancing Worker Empowerment, Rights, and High Labor Standards Globally
Supporting Workers Throughout Solidarity Season!
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Supporting Workers Throughout Solidarity Season!

Supporting Workers Throughout Solidarity Season!
Autoworkers Score Big Wins in New Contracts With Carmakers
What We’re Reading

Autoworkers Score Big Wins in New Contracts With Carmakers

Autoworkers Score Big Wins in New Contracts With Carmakers
Oakland hits hotel with largest wage theft claim in recent city history
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Oakland hits hotel with largest wage theft claim in recent city history

Oakland hits hotel with largest wage theft claim in recent city history
We Need to Talk about Nonprofit Job Quality More
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We Need to Talk about Nonprofit Job Quality More

We Need to Talk about Nonprofit Job Quality More
‘It’s About Time’: Workers at LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired to Vote on Unionizing
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‘It’s About Time’: Workers at LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired to Vote on Unionizing

‘It’s About Time’: Workers at LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired to Vote on Unionizing
US unions winning big gains amid ‘Great Reset’ in worker power
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US unions winning big gains amid ‘Great Reset’ in worker power

US unions winning big gains amid ‘Great Reset’ in worker power
Worker Wins: Solidarity Leads to Gains for Working People
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Worker Wins: Solidarity Leads to Gains for Working People

Worker Wins: Solidarity Leads to Gains for Working People
GM, Ford slip after UAW warns of more walkouts, analysts say deal is close
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GM, Ford slip after UAW warns of more walkouts, analysts say deal is close

GM, Ford slip after UAW warns of more walkouts, analysts say deal is close
Reducing Household and Economy-Wide Income Inequality through Labor Market Institutions
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Reducing Household and Economy-Wide Income Inequality through Labor Market Institutions

Reducing Household and Economy-Wide Income Inequality through Labor Market Institutions
October 2023 Newsletter
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October 2023 Newsletter

October 2023 Newsletter
REWORK THE BAY RECEIVES ADELANTE AWARD FROM BUILDING SKILLS PARTNERSHIP
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REWORK THE BAY RECEIVES ADELANTE AWARD FROM BUILDING SKILLS PARTNERSHIP

REWORK THE BAY RECEIVES ADELANTE AWARD FROM BUILDING SKILLS PARTNERSHIP
Latina Equal Pay Day
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Latina Equal Pay Day

Latina Equal Pay Day
Poverty is Rising in California: What Can Policymakers Do?
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Poverty is Rising in California: What Can Policymakers Do?

Poverty is Rising in California: What Can Policymakers Do?
California’s fast-food workers win fight for $20 hourly pay and industry council
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California’s fast-food workers win fight for $20 hourly pay and industry council

California’s fast-food workers win fight for $20 hourly pay and industry council
California’s Climate Investments and High Road Workforce Standards: Gaps and Opportunities for Advancing Workforce Equity
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California’s Climate Investments and High Road Workforce Standards: Gaps and Opportunities for Advancing Workforce Equity

California’s Climate Investments and High Road Workforce Standards: Gaps and Opportunities for Advancing Workforce Equity
5 Things Unions Can Do To Defend Transgender Workers
What We’re Reading

5 Things Unions Can Do To Defend Transgender Workers

5 Things Unions Can Do To Defend Transgender Workers
How Job Search Limitations Worsen Wage Inequality
What We’re Reading

How Job Search Limitations Worsen Wage Inequality

How Job Search Limitations Worsen Wage Inequality
ICYMI: National Partnership For Women & Families Releases Updated State-by-State Wage Gap Analysis
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ICYMI: National Partnership For Women & Families Releases Updated State-by-State Wage Gap Analysis

ICYMI: National Partnership For Women & Families Releases Updated State-by-State Wage Gap Analysis
Understanding Diverse Economic Outcomes in the Transgender Community
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Understanding Diverse Economic Outcomes in the Transgender Community

Understanding Diverse Economic Outcomes in the Transgender Community
Bay Area parents, leaders and lawmakers discuss affordable ‘child care crisis’
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Bay Area parents, leaders and lawmakers discuss affordable ‘child care crisis’

Bay Area parents, leaders and lawmakers discuss affordable ‘child care crisis’
September 2023 Newsletter
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September 2023 Newsletter

September 2023 Newsletter
Levers of Wealth Creation Report
What We’re Reading

Levers of Wealth Creation Report

Levers of Wealth Creation Report
Legal sideshows? These young East Bay developers made a video game that reimagines Oakland car culture
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Legal sideshows? These young East Bay developers made a video game that reimagines Oakland car culture

Legal sideshows? These young East Bay developers made a video game that reimagines Oakland car culture
UNDERSTANDING DISPARITIES AND RETHINKING RESOURCES
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UNDERSTANDING DISPARITIES AND RETHINKING RESOURCES

UNDERSTANDING DISPARITIES AND RETHINKING RESOURCES
Thanks to NLRB’s Cemex Decision, ‘Union-Busting Just Got a Lot Harder’
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Thanks to NLRB’s Cemex Decision, ‘Union-Busting Just Got a Lot Harder’

Thanks to NLRB’s Cemex Decision, ‘Union-Busting Just Got a Lot Harder’
Burger King gave candy to a worker who never called in sick. The internet gave $400K
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Burger King gave candy to a worker who never called in sick. The internet gave $400K

Burger King gave candy to a worker who never called in sick. The internet gave $400K
People-Powered Data: Designing a Data System for and with All Californians
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People-Powered Data: Designing a Data System for and with All Californians

People-Powered Data: Designing a Data System for and with All Californians
FROM BIG BUSINESS TO A LIBERATION ECONOMY: A RACIAL JUSTICE AGENDA FOR REINING IN MONOPOLY POWER
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FROM BIG BUSINESS TO A LIBERATION ECONOMY: A RACIAL JUSTICE AGENDA FOR REINING IN MONOPOLY POWER

FROM BIG BUSINESS TO A LIBERATION ECONOMY: A RACIAL JUSTICE AGENDA FOR REINING IN MONOPOLY POWER
August 2023 Newsletter
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August 2023 Newsletter

August 2023 Newsletter
How (Many) Economists Missed the Big Disinflation
What We’re Reading

How (Many) Economists Missed the Big Disinflation

How (Many) Economists Missed the Big Disinflation
FLSA Protections to Pump at Work
What We’re Reading

FLSA Protections to Pump at Work

FLSA Protections to Pump at Work
It’s Official: Years of Experience Is (Almost) the Worst Predictor of Job Performance
What We’re Reading

It’s Official: Years of Experience Is (Almost) the Worst Predictor of Job Performance

It’s Official: Years of Experience Is (Almost) the Worst Predictor of Job Performance
Supporting Economic Security for LGBTQ+ Californians
What We’re Reading

Supporting Economic Security for LGBTQ+ Californians

Supporting Economic Security for LGBTQ+ Californians
Why Yellow Trucking Company Is Shutting Down
What We’re Reading

Why Yellow Trucking Company Is Shutting Down

Why Yellow Trucking Company Is Shutting Down
Santa Clara County avoids strike — can San Jose do the same?
What We’re Reading

Santa Clara County avoids strike — can San Jose do the same?

Santa Clara County avoids strike — can San Jose do the same?
‘They’re fired up’: Teamsters president on looming UPS strike
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‘They’re fired up’: Teamsters president on looming UPS strike

‘They’re fired up’: Teamsters president on looming UPS strike
July 2023 Newsletter
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July 2023 Newsletter

July 2023 Newsletter
Preparing The Next Generation Of The Healthcare Workforce: State Strategies For Recruitment And Retention
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Preparing The Next Generation Of The Healthcare Workforce: State Strategies For Recruitment And Retention

Preparing The Next Generation Of The Healthcare Workforce: State Strategies For Recruitment And Retention
California faces backlash as it weighs historic reparations for Black residents
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California faces backlash as it weighs historic reparations for Black residents

California faces backlash as it weighs historic reparations for Black residents
The minimum wage just went up in several Bay Area cities–will it make a difference?
What We’re Reading

The minimum wage just went up in several Bay Area cities–will it make a difference?

The minimum wage just went up in several Bay Area cities–will it make a difference?
Strengthening California’s Health Workforce Requires Ongoing Investments
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Strengthening California’s Health Workforce Requires Ongoing Investments

Strengthening California’s Health Workforce Requires Ongoing Investments
With affirmative action struck down, here’s how employers can protect workplace diversity initiatives
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With affirmative action struck down, here’s how employers can protect workplace diversity initiatives

With affirmative action struck down, here’s how employers can protect workplace diversity initiatives
Gig Companies Like Uber Always Say They Can’t Pay Workers More. Here’s the Truth.
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Gig Companies Like Uber Always Say They Can’t Pay Workers More. Here’s the Truth.

Gig Companies Like Uber Always Say They Can’t Pay Workers More. Here’s the Truth.
Wellness Capitalism: Employee Health, the Benefits Maze, and Worker Control
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Wellness Capitalism: Employee Health, the Benefits Maze, and Worker Control

Wellness Capitalism: Employee Health, the Benefits Maze, and Worker Control
Fact Sheet: Credit Card Swipe Fees — A Hidden Monopoly Tax on Small Businesses and Shoppers
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Fact Sheet: Credit Card Swipe Fees — A Hidden Monopoly Tax on Small Businesses and Shoppers

Fact Sheet: Credit Card Swipe Fees — A Hidden Monopoly Tax on Small Businesses and Shoppers
June 2023 Newsletter
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June 2023 Newsletter

June 2023 Newsletter
Shifting Narratives and Policies to Support Black Workers’ Advancement: A Q&A with Bill Spriggs
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Shifting Narratives and Policies to Support Black Workers’ Advancement: A Q&A with Bill Spriggs

Shifting Narratives and Policies to Support Black Workers’ Advancement: A Q&A with Bill Spriggs
California Cities Take Lead on Paid Sick Leave, State Law Falls Short
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California Cities Take Lead on Paid Sick Leave, State Law Falls Short

California Cities Take Lead on Paid Sick Leave, State Law Falls Short
The state of working East Bay, 2015-2019
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The state of working East Bay, 2015-2019

The state of working East Bay, 2015-2019
May 2023 Newsletter
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May 2023 Newsletter

May 2023 Newsletter
Study Shows the Staggering Cost of Menopause for Women in the Work Force
What We’re Reading

Study Shows the Staggering Cost of Menopause for Women in the Work Force

Study Shows the Staggering Cost of Menopause for Women in the Work Force
In racist police text scandal, US town sees echoes of an intolerant past
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In racist police text scandal, US town sees echoes of an intolerant past

In racist police text scandal, US town sees echoes of an intolerant past
The Green Revolution Will Not Be Painless
What We’re Reading

The Green Revolution Will Not Be Painless

The Green Revolution Will Not Be Painless
California is offering free immigration legal services for community college students
What We’re Reading

California is offering free immigration legal services for community college students

California is offering free immigration legal services for community college students
The workers who say their migrant status has been ‘weaponized’ against them
What We’re Reading

The workers who say their migrant status has been ‘weaponized’ against them

The workers who say their migrant status has been ‘weaponized’ against them
‘It’s collapsing.’ Pandemic woes persist for struggling Bay Area childcare providers
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‘It’s collapsing.’ Pandemic woes persist for struggling Bay Area childcare providers

‘It’s collapsing.’ Pandemic woes persist for struggling Bay Area childcare providers
April 2023 Newsletter
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April 2023 Newsletter

April 2023 Newsletter
Proposed health care minimum wage increase: What it would mean for workers, patients, and industry
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Proposed health care minimum wage increase: What it would mean for workers, patients, and industry

Proposed health care minimum wage increase: What it would mean for workers, patients, and industry
Realizing Ambitions of Open Access in Marin County, California
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Realizing Ambitions of Open Access in Marin County, California

Realizing Ambitions of Open Access in Marin County, California
‘We have to be part of the solution’: building the Black Wall Streets of tomorrow
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‘We have to be part of the solution’: building the Black Wall Streets of tomorrow

‘We have to be part of the solution’: building the Black Wall Streets of tomorrow
Historic labor center expansion begins across UC Campuses
What We’re Reading

Historic labor center expansion begins across UC Campuses

Historic labor center expansion begins across UC Campuses
‘Poverty, By America’ shows how the rest of us benefit by keeping others poor
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‘Poverty, By America’ shows how the rest of us benefit by keeping others poor

‘Poverty, By America’ shows how the rest of us benefit by keeping others poor
One of the Largest Streaming Platforms for Independent Musicians Is Unionizing
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One of the Largest Streaming Platforms for Independent Musicians Is Unionizing

One of the Largest Streaming Platforms for Independent Musicians Is Unionizing
Wineries to affordable housing: SVB fall knocks out more than startups
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Wineries to affordable housing: SVB fall knocks out more than startups

Wineries to affordable housing: SVB fall knocks out more than startups
Nailing New Labor Models: Exploring Sectoral Bargaining and High-Road Training Partnerships in the Nail Salon Sector
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Nailing New Labor Models: Exploring Sectoral Bargaining and High-Road Training Partnerships in the Nail Salon Sector

Nailing New Labor Models: Exploring Sectoral Bargaining and High-Road Training Partnerships in the Nail Salon Sector
California Court Mostly Upholds Prop. 22 in Win for Uber and Other Gig Companies
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California Court Mostly Upholds Prop. 22 in Win for Uber and Other Gig Companies

California Court Mostly Upholds Prop. 22 in Win for Uber and Other Gig Companies
March 2023 Newsletter
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March 2023 Newsletter

March 2023 Newsletter
Aren’t We Workers, Too?
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Aren’t We Workers, Too?

Aren’t We Workers, Too?
Dads get paid more when they have kids — as moms earn less
What We’re Reading

Dads get paid more when they have kids — as moms earn less

Dads get paid more when they have kids — as moms earn less
Biden to tap Julie Su as next Labor secretary
What We’re Reading

Biden to tap Julie Su as next Labor secretary

Biden to tap Julie Su as next Labor secretary
‘Old-school union busting’: how US corporations are quashing the new wave of organizing
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‘Old-school union busting’: how US corporations are quashing the new wave of organizing

‘Old-school union busting’: how US corporations are quashing the new wave of organizing
State Sen. Steve Padilla introduces bill to define ‘living wage’
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State Sen. Steve Padilla introduces bill to define ‘living wage’

State Sen. Steve Padilla introduces bill to define ‘living wage’
Structural Racism Explainer Collection
What We’re Reading

Structural Racism Explainer Collection

Structural Racism Explainer Collection
February 2023 Newsletter
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February 2023 Newsletter

February 2023 Newsletter
Many California workers are afraid to speak up. These policies could address that
What We’re Reading

Many California workers are afraid to speak up. These policies could address that

Many California workers are afraid to speak up. These policies could address that
Many California family child care providers will now be better able to afford health care
What We’re Reading

Many California family child care providers will now be better able to afford health care

Many California family child care providers will now be better able to afford health care
Why schedule sanity is workers’ new Fight for $15
What We’re Reading

Why schedule sanity is workers’ new Fight for $15

Why schedule sanity is workers’ new Fight for $15
Thinking and Reading at the Intersection of Labor, Race, and Tech
What We’re Reading

Thinking and Reading at the Intersection of Labor, Race, and Tech

Thinking and Reading at the Intersection of Labor, Race, and Tech
How Restaurant Workers Help Pay for Lobbying to Keep Their Wages Low
What We’re Reading

How Restaurant Workers Help Pay for Lobbying to Keep Their Wages Low

How Restaurant Workers Help Pay for Lobbying to Keep Their Wages Low
There is no US labor shortage. That’s a myth
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There is no US labor shortage. That’s a myth

There is no US labor shortage. That’s a myth
Work Sharing Program
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Work Sharing Program

Work Sharing Program
Disaster Response Resources for California Business
What We’re Reading

Disaster Response Resources for California Business

Disaster Response Resources for California Business
S.F. Burger King workers win $2.2 million victory in wage theft case
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S.F. Burger King workers win $2.2 million victory in wage theft case

S.F. Burger King workers win $2.2 million victory in wage theft case
Here Come the Nonprofit Unions
What We’re Reading

Here Come the Nonprofit Unions

Here Come the Nonprofit Unions
Video Games Workers Get a Union Foothold at Microsoft Union
What We’re Reading

Video Games Workers Get a Union Foothold at Microsoft Union

Video Games Workers Get a Union Foothold at Microsoft Union
What has organizing a union meant for you? We want to hear your story.
What We’re Reading

What has organizing a union meant for you? We want to hear your story.

What has organizing a union meant for you? We want to hear your story.
Yes, Your Job Is Important. But It’s Not All-Important.
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Yes, Your Job Is Important. But It’s Not All-Important.

Yes, Your Job Is Important. But It’s Not All-Important.
January 2023 Newsletter
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January 2023 Newsletter

January 2023 Newsletter
It should be much easier to know how much a job pays in 2023
What We’re Reading

It should be much easier to know how much a job pays in 2023

It should be much easier to know how much a job pays in 2023
Are you underpaid? This new California law could help you find out
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Are you underpaid? This new California law could help you find out

Are you underpaid? This new California law could help you find out
The California Credit Dashboard
What We’re Reading

The California Credit Dashboard

The California Credit Dashboard
In Good Times and Bad, California’s Black and Latinx Workers Bear the Burden of Unemployment
What We’re Reading

In Good Times and Bad, California’s Black and Latinx Workers Bear the Burden of Unemployment

In Good Times and Bad, California’s Black and Latinx Workers Bear the Burden of Unemployment
Buying small is huge
What We’re Reading

Buying small is huge

Buying small is huge
2022 Small Business Holiday Gift Guide
What We’re Reading

2022 Small Business Holiday Gift Guide

2022 Small Business Holiday Gift Guide
December 2022 Newsletter
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December 2022 Newsletter

December 2022 Newsletter
The Climate Villains of the Rail Strike
What We’re Reading

The Climate Villains of the Rail Strike

The Climate Villains of the Rail Strike
California community colleges eye a different future amid pandemic disruption
What We’re Reading

California community colleges eye a different future amid pandemic disruption

California community colleges eye a different future amid pandemic disruption
California Embraces Employee Ownership: Will Other States Follow?
What We’re Reading

California Embraces Employee Ownership: Will Other States Follow?

California Embraces Employee Ownership: Will Other States Follow?
Reimagining Philanthropy to Build a Culture of Repair
What We’re Reading

Reimagining Philanthropy to Build a Culture of Repair

Reimagining Philanthropy to Build a Culture of Repair
‘It’s killing us all slowly’: how the night shift is taking a toll on US workers
What We’re Reading

‘It’s killing us all slowly’: how the night shift is taking a toll on US workers

‘It’s killing us all slowly’: how the night shift is taking a toll on US workers
Shop Small in the East Bay for the Holidays
What We’re Reading

Shop Small in the East Bay for the Holidays

Shop Small in the East Bay for the Holidays
AS LARGEST STRIKE IN THE COUNTRY UNFOLDS ACROSS ALL TEN UC CAMPUSES, LEGISLATORS CALL ON UC TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH
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AS LARGEST STRIKE IN THE COUNTRY UNFOLDS ACROSS ALL TEN UC CAMPUSES, LEGISLATORS CALL ON UC TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH

AS LARGEST STRIKE IN THE COUNTRY UNFOLDS ACROSS ALL TEN UC CAMPUSES, LEGISLATORS CALL ON UC TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH
The Reckoning Continues…10 Things Our Field MUST Do If We Want to Realize a Racially Equitable and Just Society
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The Reckoning Continues…10 Things Our Field MUST Do If We Want to Realize a Racially Equitable and Just Society

The Reckoning Continues…10 Things Our Field MUST Do If We Want to Realize a Racially Equitable and Just Society
These companies claim to support abortion rights. They are backing anti-abortion Republicans
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These companies claim to support abortion rights. They are backing anti-abortion Republicans

These companies claim to support abortion rights. They are backing anti-abortion Republicans
How California can Lead on Retaliation Reforms to Dismantle Workplace Inequality
What We’re Reading

How California can Lead on Retaliation Reforms to Dismantle Workplace Inequality

How California can Lead on Retaliation Reforms to Dismantle Workplace Inequality
Surveillance, AI tech may violate labor laws, NLRB general counsel says
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Surveillance, AI tech may violate labor laws, NLRB general counsel says

Surveillance, AI tech may violate labor laws, NLRB general counsel says
November 2022 Newsletter
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November 2022 Newsletter

November 2022 Newsletter
Hundreds of Bay Area workers score multi-million dollar settlement
What We’re Reading

Hundreds of Bay Area workers score multi-million dollar settlement

Hundreds of Bay Area workers score multi-million dollar settlement
The public health workforce got an infusion of money during the pandemic, but is it enough?
What We’re Reading

The public health workforce got an infusion of money during the pandemic, but is it enough?

The public health workforce got an infusion of money during the pandemic, but is it enough?
California Requires Stronger Pay Transparency for Employers in California
What We’re Reading

California Requires Stronger Pay Transparency for Employers in California

California Requires Stronger Pay Transparency for Employers in California
‘Made by white labor’: the vintage Levi’s that point to America’s dark past
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‘Made by white labor’: the vintage Levi’s that point to America’s dark past

‘Made by white labor’: the vintage Levi’s that point to America’s dark past
What makes Berkeley a hotbed of worker co-ops?
What We’re Reading

What makes Berkeley a hotbed of worker co-ops?

What makes Berkeley a hotbed of worker co-ops?
2022 Nonprofit Standards Benchmarking Survey
What We’re Reading

2022 Nonprofit Standards Benchmarking Survey

2022 Nonprofit Standards Benchmarking Survey
October 2022 Newsletter
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October 2022 Newsletter

October 2022 Newsletter
Prop 22 Depresses Wages and Deepens Inequities for California Workers
What We’re Reading

Prop 22 Depresses Wages and Deepens Inequities for California Workers

Prop 22 Depresses Wages and Deepens Inequities for California Workers
Basic Needs Centers at California Colleges Can Help Fight Student Hunger
What We’re Reading

Basic Needs Centers at California Colleges Can Help Fight Student Hunger

Basic Needs Centers at California Colleges Can Help Fight Student Hunger
California’s fast-food industry calls for referendum on new labor legislation
What We’re Reading

California’s fast-food industry calls for referendum on new labor legislation

California’s fast-food industry calls for referendum on new labor legislation
Identifying the impacts of job training programs in California
What We’re Reading

Identifying the impacts of job training programs in California

Identifying the impacts of job training programs in California
‘All I can think about is the sun’: How workers are coping with California’s heat wave
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‘All I can think about is the sun’: How workers are coping with California’s heat wave

‘All I can think about is the sun’: How workers are coping with California’s heat wave
September 2022 Newsletter
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September 2022 Newsletter

September 2022 Newsletter
What Will Happen to Black Workers’ Gains if There’s a Recession?
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What Will Happen to Black Workers’ Gains if There’s a Recession?

What Will Happen to Black Workers’ Gains if There’s a Recession?
The Plea Bargain Originated as a Means to Undermine Working-Class Solidarity
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The Plea Bargain Originated as a Means to Undermine Working-Class Solidarity

The Plea Bargain Originated as a Means to Undermine Working-Class Solidarity
Western fires outpace California effort to fill inmate crews
What We’re Reading

Western fires outpace California effort to fill inmate crews

Western fires outpace California effort to fill inmate crews
How Long Will the U.S. Continue to Disrespect Its Caregivers
What We’re Reading

How Long Will the U.S. Continue to Disrespect Its Caregivers

How Long Will the U.S. Continue to Disrespect Its Caregivers
Job Quality Toolkit
What We’re Reading

Job Quality Toolkit

Job Quality Toolkit
The Rise of the Worker Productivity Score
What We’re Reading

The Rise of the Worker Productivity Score

The Rise of the Worker Productivity Score
Want Good Jobs? Support Small Employers
What We’re Reading

Want Good Jobs? Support Small Employers

Want Good Jobs? Support Small Employers
Employees protest mistreatment at major San Jose food plant
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Employees protest mistreatment at major San Jose food plant

Employees protest mistreatment at major San Jose food plant
August 2022 Newsletter
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August 2022 Newsletter

August 2022 Newsletter
Worker Power and Economic Mobility: A Landscape Report
What We’re Reading

Worker Power and Economic Mobility: A Landscape Report

Worker Power and Economic Mobility: A Landscape Report
What GDP does and doesn’t tell us
What We’re Reading

What GDP does and doesn’t tell us

What GDP does and doesn’t tell us
US sees union boom despite big companies’ aggressive opposition
What We’re Reading

US sees union boom despite big companies’ aggressive opposition

US sees union boom despite big companies’ aggressive opposition
Opinion Need some good news? Look to the unions.
What We’re Reading

Opinion Need some good news? Look to the unions.

Opinion Need some good news? Look to the unions.
Silver Taube: Palo Alto janitorial workers shed light on wage theft
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Silver Taube: Palo Alto janitorial workers shed light on wage theft

Silver Taube: Palo Alto janitorial workers shed light on wage theft
We Committed to Paying Our Staff More Than a Living Wage. Your Nonprofit Should Do the Same.
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We Committed to Paying Our Staff More Than a Living Wage. Your Nonprofit Should Do the Same.

We Committed to Paying Our Staff More Than a Living Wage. Your Nonprofit Should Do the Same.
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How Is California’s Child Care Sector Faring?

How Is California’s Child Care Sector Faring?
July 2022 Newsletter
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July 2022 Newsletter

July 2022 Newsletter
California to become first state offering health care to all undocumented residents
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California to become first state offering health care to all undocumented residents

California to become first state offering health care to all undocumented residents
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BEARING THE BURDENS OF COLLEGE COSTS

BEARING THE BURDENS OF COLLEGE COSTS
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Silicon Valley Pain Index: Income gap widens along racial lines

Silicon Valley Pain Index: Income gap widens along racial lines
Inflation is hitting LGBTQ+ Americans harder – smart employers can help
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Inflation is hitting LGBTQ+ Americans harder – smart employers can help

Inflation is hitting LGBTQ+ Americans harder – smart employers can help
Apple workers in Maryland vote to join union, a first for the tech giant in US
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Apple workers in Maryland vote to join union, a first for the tech giant in US

Apple workers in Maryland vote to join union, a first for the tech giant in US
Employer Practices and Worker Outcomes: A Landscape Report
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Employer Practices and Worker Outcomes: A Landscape Report

Employer Practices and Worker Outcomes: A Landscape Report
S.F.’s white city employees make 24% more money than colleagues of color, audit finds
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S.F.’s white city employees make 24% more money than colleagues of color, audit finds

S.F.’s white city employees make 24% more money than colleagues of color, audit finds
progressive organizing infighting callout culture
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progressive organizing infighting callout culture

progressive organizing infighting callout culture
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Process, Power, and Pain: How Grantmaking Systems Build and Break Trust

Process, Power, and Pain: How Grantmaking Systems Build and Break Trust
June 2022 Newsletter
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June 2022 Newsletter

June 2022 Newsletter
IT’S TIME FOR PHILANTHROPY TO SUPPORT NONPROFIT UNION DRIVES
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IT’S TIME FOR PHILANTHROPY TO SUPPORT NONPROFIT UNION DRIVES

IT’S TIME FOR PHILANTHROPY TO SUPPORT NONPROFIT UNION DRIVES
Oakland political leaders ditch competing measures, jointly urge voters to overhaul business taxes
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Oakland political leaders ditch competing measures, jointly urge voters to overhaul business taxes

Oakland political leaders ditch competing measures, jointly urge voters to overhaul business taxes
3 in 4 Fundraisers Say They’ve Been Sexually Harassed at Work, New Report Says
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3 in 4 Fundraisers Say They’ve Been Sexually Harassed at Work, New Report Says

3 in 4 Fundraisers Say They’ve Been Sexually Harassed at Work, New Report Says
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Jaqui Parchment: I’m a Black woman and a CEO — and the return to office has me worried

Jaqui Parchment: I’m a Black woman and a CEO — and the return to office has me worried
BUSINESSES AND CORPORATE LEADERS: TAKE ACTION IN SUPPORT OF ABORTION
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BUSINESSES AND CORPORATE LEADERS: TAKE ACTION IN SUPPORT OF ABORTION

BUSINESSES AND CORPORATE LEADERS: TAKE ACTION IN SUPPORT OF ABORTION
More employers offering child care benefits to lower-wage workers
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More employers offering child care benefits to lower-wage workers

More employers offering child care benefits to lower-wage workers
Disaggregation is essential to achieve data justice for Asian Americans
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Disaggregation is essential to achieve data justice for Asian Americans

Disaggregation is essential to achieve data justice for Asian Americans
May 2022 Newsletter
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May 2022 Newsletter

May 2022 Newsletter
The Farah Manufacturing Strike Was Led By Chicana Activist Rosa Flores
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The Farah Manufacturing Strike Was Led By Chicana Activist Rosa Flores

The Farah Manufacturing Strike Was Led By Chicana Activist Rosa Flores
A TikTok Army Is Coming for Union Busters
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A TikTok Army Is Coming for Union Busters

A TikTok Army Is Coming for Union Busters
How outlawing stock buybacks would protect the power gains of American workers’ recent union wins
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How outlawing stock buybacks would protect the power gains of American workers’ recent union wins

How outlawing stock buybacks would protect the power gains of American workers’ recent union wins
The Farah Manufacturing Strike Was Led By Chicana Activist Rosa Flores
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The Farah Manufacturing Strike Was Led By Chicana Activist Rosa Flores

The Farah Manufacturing Strike Was Led By Chicana Activist Rosa Flores
Poverty-level wages’: California workers fight to reform nursing homes
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Poverty-level wages’: California workers fight to reform nursing homes

Poverty-level wages’: California workers fight to reform nursing homes
Beginnings of a Safety Crisis
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Beginnings of a Safety Crisis

Beginnings of a Safety Crisis
Jay-Z and Beyoncé crossing a picket line to party shows how shallow celebrity activism really is Emma Dabiri
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Jay-Z and Beyoncé crossing a picket line to party shows how shallow celebrity activism really is Emma Dabiri

Jay-Z and Beyoncé crossing a picket line to party shows how shallow celebrity activism really is Emma Dabiri
Amazon Workers on Staten Island Vote to Unionize in Landmark Win for Labor
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Amazon Workers on Staten Island Vote to Unionize in Landmark Win for Labor

Amazon Workers on Staten Island Vote to Unionize in Landmark Win for Labor
Black women know how Ketanji Brown Jackson feels
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Black women know how Ketanji Brown Jackson feels

Black women know how Ketanji Brown Jackson feels
The ‘Gig Economy’ and Independent Contracting: Evidence from California Tax Data
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The ‘Gig Economy’ and Independent Contracting: Evidence from California Tax Data

The ‘Gig Economy’ and Independent Contracting: Evidence from California Tax Data
April 2022 Newsletter
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April 2022 Newsletter

April 2022 Newsletter
State of Bay Area Workers Campaign Press Release
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State of Bay Area Workers Campaign Press Release

State of Bay Area Workers Campaign Press Release
Wait Times Increase For Those Expecting Hearing on Wage Theft Cases
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Wait Times Increase For Those Expecting Hearing on Wage Theft Cases

Wait Times Increase For Those Expecting Hearing on Wage Theft Cases
March 2022 Newsletter
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March 2022 Newsletter

March 2022 Newsletter
Leading in an Age of Employee Activism
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Leading in an Age of Employee Activism

Leading in an Age of Employee Activism
CALIFORNIA BILL WOULD REQUIRE PUBLIC REPORTING OF WORKERS’ PAY DATA, INCLUDING CONTINGENTS
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CALIFORNIA BILL WOULD REQUIRE PUBLIC REPORTING OF WORKERS’ PAY DATA, INCLUDING CONTINGENTS

CALIFORNIA BILL WOULD REQUIRE PUBLIC REPORTING OF WORKERS’ PAY DATA, INCLUDING CONTINGENTS
Key upcoming decisions could intensify the battle over Uber and Lyft drivers’ employment status
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Key upcoming decisions could intensify the battle over Uber and Lyft drivers’ employment status

Key upcoming decisions could intensify the battle over Uber and Lyft drivers’ employment status
Power of Survey
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Power of Survey

Power of Survey
February 2022 Newsletter
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February 2022 Newsletter

February 2022 Newsletter
Despite Labor Shortages, Workers See Few Gains in Economic Security
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Despite Labor Shortages, Workers See Few Gains in Economic Security

Despite Labor Shortages, Workers See Few Gains in Economic Security
Note to job seekers: Companies may be required to post a salary range in your area
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Note to job seekers: Companies may be required to post a salary range in your area

Note to job seekers: Companies may be required to post a salary range in your area
Work won’t love you back
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Work won’t love you back

Work won’t love you back
Monster Pho’s new restaurant is packed with positivity and robots
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Monster Pho’s new restaurant is packed with positivity and robots

Monster Pho’s new restaurant is packed with positivity and robots
How Facebook and Amazon Rely on an Invisible Workforce
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How Facebook and Amazon Rely on an Invisible Workforce

How Facebook and Amazon Rely on an Invisible Workforce
The Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs in California’s Construction Industry
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The Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs in California’s Construction Industry

The Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs in California’s Construction Industry
Workers across the US are rising up. Can they turn their anger into a movement?
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Workers across the US are rising up. Can they turn their anger into a movement?

Workers across the US are rising up. Can they turn their anger into a movement?
The Bill for My Homelessness Was $54,000
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The Bill for My Homelessness Was $54,000

The Bill for My Homelessness Was $54,000
‘Warehouses in their backyards’: when Amazon expands, these communities pay the price
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‘Warehouses in their backyards’: when Amazon expands, these communities pay the price

‘Warehouses in their backyards’: when Amazon expands, these communities pay the price
The State of American Philanthropy
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The State of American Philanthropy

The State of American Philanthropy
December 2021 Newsletter
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December 2021 Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter
Child labor laws in some states may be weakened as US industries look to hire teens
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Child labor laws in some states may be weakened as US industries look to hire teens

Child labor laws in some states may be weakened as US industries look to hire teens
California women, minorities are still being paid much less than their white, male counterparts
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California women, minorities are still being paid much less than their white, male counterparts

California women, minorities are still being paid much less than their white, male counterparts
Guaranteed Income
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Guaranteed Income

Guaranteed Income
I don’t have a choice: childcare cost preventing US women from returning to work
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I don’t have a choice: childcare cost preventing US women from returning to work

I don’t have a choice: childcare cost preventing US women from returning to work
Racial Equity and Job Quality
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Racial Equity and Job Quality

Racial Equity and Job Quality
Data and Algorithms at Work: The Case for Worker Technology Rights
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Data and Algorithms at Work: The Case for Worker Technology Rights

Data and Algorithms at Work: The Case for Worker Technology Rights
November 2021 Newsletter
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November 2021 Newsletter

November 2021 Newsletter
First Generation College Grads Face More Hurdles in the Job Market
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First Generation College Grads Face More Hurdles in the Job Market

First Generation College Grads Face More Hurdles in the Job Market
Reset Labor Markets With a Local Half Time Job Guarantee
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Reset Labor Markets With a Local Half Time Job Guarantee

Reset Labor Markets With a Local Half Time Job Guarantee
Tech College Improving Job Quality for Custodians and Offering Apprenticeships for Maintenance Staff
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Tech College Improving Job Quality for Custodians and Offering Apprenticeships for Maintenance Staff

Tech College Improving Job Quality for Custodians and Offering Apprenticeships for Maintenance Staff
We’re Going to Protect Workers New California Law Takes Aim at Amazons Unsafe Work Quotas
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We’re Going to Protect Workers New California Law Takes Aim at Amazons Unsafe Work Quotas

We’re Going to Protect Workers New California Law Takes Aim at Amazons Unsafe Work Quotas
Why everybodys hiring but nobodys getting hired
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Why everybodys hiring but nobodys getting hired

Why everybodys hiring but nobodys getting hired
Support HelloFresh Workers Organizing a Union
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Support HelloFresh Workers Organizing a Union

Support HelloFresh Workers Organizing a Union
October 2021 Newsletter
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October 2021 Newsletter

October 2021 Newsletter
The Public Magazine
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The Public Magazine

The Public Magazine
The Alt-Labor Chronicles: America’s Worker Centers
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The Alt-Labor Chronicles: America’s Worker Centers

The Alt-Labor Chronicles: America’s Worker Centers
Those who felt
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Those who felt

Those who felt
For Labor Day, here are five documentaries the bosses don’t want you to see
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For Labor Day, here are five documentaries the bosses don’t want you to see

For Labor Day, here are five documentaries the bosses don’t want you to see
Care Workers Demand Federal Support as First Responders in Climate Crises
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Care Workers Demand Federal Support as First Responders in Climate Crises

Care Workers Demand Federal Support as First Responders in Climate Crises
September 2021 Newsletter
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September 2021 Newsletter

September 2021 Newsletter
Dismantling Disparity: Breaking Barriers to Employment
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Dismantling Disparity: Breaking Barriers to Employment

Dismantling Disparity: Breaking Barriers to Employment
Silicon Valley pledged to become more diverse. A year later, has anything changed?
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Silicon Valley pledged to become more diverse. A year later, has anything changed?

Silicon Valley pledged to become more diverse. A year later, has anything changed?
The Bay Area residents fighting a mysterious startup taking over their quiet street
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The Bay Area residents fighting a mysterious startup taking over their quiet street

The Bay Area residents fighting a mysterious startup taking over their quiet street
How can restaurants be forces of good? Here are six ways
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How can restaurants be forces of good? Here are six ways

How can restaurants be forces of good? Here are six ways
Building Equitable Employment in the Food Sector for System Impacted Residents
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Building Equitable Employment in the Food Sector for System Impacted Residents

Building Equitable Employment in the Food Sector for System Impacted Residents
People First, Employees Second: Workers Reflect on What Good Jobs Mean to Them
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People First, Employees Second: Workers Reflect on What Good Jobs Mean to Them

People First, Employees Second: Workers Reflect on What Good Jobs Mean to Them
Prioritizing Financial Security In The Movement To End IPV: A Roadmap
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Prioritizing Financial Security In The Movement To End IPV: A Roadmap

Prioritizing Financial Security In The Movement To End IPV: A Roadmap
Why the Best Small and Medium Workplaces aren’t worried about the ‘Great Resignation’
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Why the Best Small and Medium Workplaces aren’t worried about the ‘Great Resignation’

Why the Best Small and Medium Workplaces aren’t worried about the ‘Great Resignation’
Why Silicon Valley’s Many Asian Americans Still Feel Like a Minority
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Why Silicon Valley’s Many Asian Americans Still Feel Like a Minority

Why Silicon Valley’s Many Asian Americans Still Feel Like a Minority
Private Equity and Hedge Funds Survived the 2008 Crisis. Now They’re Making a Killing Off COVID-19.
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Private Equity and Hedge Funds Survived the 2008 Crisis. Now They’re Making a Killing Off COVID-19.

Private Equity and Hedge Funds Survived the 2008 Crisis. Now They’re Making a Killing Off COVID-19.
August 2021 Newsletter
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August 2021 Newsletter

August 2021 Newsletter
Biden Has Abandoned His Covid Worker Safety Pledge
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Biden Has Abandoned His Covid Worker Safety Pledge

Biden Has Abandoned His Covid Worker Safety Pledge
How Far Has America Actually Come Since the Promises of the George Floyd Protests?
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How Far Has America Actually Come Since the Promises of the George Floyd Protests?

How Far Has America Actually Come Since the Promises of the George Floyd Protests?
Small Businesses have Surged in Black Communities
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Small Businesses have Surged in Black Communities

Small Businesses have Surged in Black Communities
Immigrant Fellowship Program
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Immigrant Fellowship Program

Immigrant Fellowship Program
July 2021 Newsletter
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July 2021 Newsletter

July 2021 Newsletter
The Cost of being a Californian
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The Cost of being a Californian

The Cost of being a Californian
Why Care About Care?
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Why Care About Care?

Why Care About Care?
CALIFORNIA’S CLIMATE GOALS WILL CREATE ONE MILLION NEW JOBS
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CALIFORNIA’S CLIMATE GOALS WILL CREATE ONE MILLION NEW JOBS

CALIFORNIA’S CLIMATE GOALS WILL CREATE ONE MILLION NEW JOBS
There’s a New Duo That Could Help Rein In Amazon
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There’s a New Duo That Could Help Rein In Amazon

There’s a New Duo That Could Help Rein In Amazon
No Boss: Bay Area Worker-Owned Businesses Thrive During the Pandemic by Prioritizing Health Over Profits
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No Boss: Bay Area Worker-Owned Businesses Thrive During the Pandemic by Prioritizing Health Over Profits

No Boss: Bay Area Worker-Owned Businesses Thrive During the Pandemic by Prioritizing Health Over Profits
NDWA-Handy Pilot: Major Gains for Workers Long Excluded from Labor Law’s Protections
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NDWA-Handy Pilot: Major Gains for Workers Long Excluded from Labor Law’s Protections

NDWA-Handy Pilot: Major Gains for Workers Long Excluded from Labor Law’s Protections
The Motherboard Guide to the Gig Economy
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The Motherboard Guide to the Gig Economy

The Motherboard Guide to the Gig Economy
Corporations Are Trying to Co-opt Mindfulness to Avoid Meeting Workers’ Needs
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Corporations Are Trying to Co-opt Mindfulness to Avoid Meeting Workers’ Needs

Corporations Are Trying to Co-opt Mindfulness to Avoid Meeting Workers’ Needs
June 2021 Newsletter
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June 2021 Newsletter

June 2021 Newsletter
JOB QUALITY FOR NYC WORKFORCE
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JOB QUALITY FOR NYC WORKFORCE

JOB QUALITY FOR NYC WORKFORCE
San Mateo County grants $500K to support nonprofit East Palo Alto housing manufacturer
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San Mateo County grants $500K to support nonprofit East Palo Alto housing manufacturer

San Mateo County grants $500K to support nonprofit East Palo Alto housing manufacturer
Small Business have surged in black communities [paywall]
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Small Business have surged in black communities [paywall]

Small Business have surged in black communities [paywall]
Equity Gaps Narrow in Community College Courses, but More Work to Do
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Equity Gaps Narrow in Community College Courses, but More Work to Do

Equity Gaps Narrow in Community College Courses, but More Work to Do
“THE CONSTANT BOSS THE CONSTANT BOSS Labor Under Digital Surveillance Aiha Nguyen”
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“THE CONSTANT BOSS THE CONSTANT BOSS Labor Under Digital Surveillance Aiha Nguyen”

“THE CONSTANT BOSS THE CONSTANT BOSS Labor Under Digital Surveillance Aiha Nguyen”
Unemployment Benefits Are Not Creating A Worker Shortage
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Unemployment Benefits Are Not Creating A Worker Shortage

Unemployment Benefits Are Not Creating A Worker Shortage
Americans Have Learned to Talk About Racial Inequality. But They’ve Done Little to Solve It
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Americans Have Learned to Talk About Racial Inequality. But They’ve Done Little to Solve It

Americans Have Learned to Talk About Racial Inequality. But They’ve Done Little to Solve It
The model’s failed’: Tipping at Zuni Cafe is changing forever, and some workers aren’t happy
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The model’s failed’: Tipping at Zuni Cafe is changing forever, and some workers aren’t happy

The model’s failed’: Tipping at Zuni Cafe is changing forever, and some workers aren’t happy
Gaming in colour: uncovering video games’ black pioneers
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Gaming in colour: uncovering video games’ black pioneers

Gaming in colour: uncovering video games’ black pioneers
Biden paid family leave plan aims to bring US into line with global peers
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Biden paid family leave plan aims to bring US into line with global peers

Biden paid family leave plan aims to bring US into line with global peers
On-demand pay a growing benefit – and concern – for small businesses
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On-demand pay a growing benefit – and concern – for small businesses

On-demand pay a growing benefit – and concern – for small businesses
May 2021 Newsletter
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May 2021 Newsletter

May 2021 Newsletter
Do Manufacturers Need to Create Better Jobs?
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Do Manufacturers Need to Create Better Jobs?

Do Manufacturers Need to Create Better Jobs?
Delivery Drivers Are Using Grey Market Apps to Make Their Jobs Suck Less
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Delivery Drivers Are Using Grey Market Apps to Make Their Jobs Suck Less

Delivery Drivers Are Using Grey Market Apps to Make Their Jobs Suck Less
Low-Skill Workers Aren’t a Problem to Be Fixed
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Low-Skill Workers Aren’t a Problem to Be Fixed

Low-Skill Workers Aren’t a Problem to Be Fixed
Unmasking Corporate Interference
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Unmasking Corporate Interference

Unmasking Corporate Interference
The Cradle-to-Career Data System Governance Options, Explained
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The Cradle-to-Career Data System Governance Options, Explained

The Cradle-to-Career Data System Governance Options, Explained
April 2021 Newsletter
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April 2021 Newsletter

April 2021 Newsletter
Workers and Communities in Transition: Report of the Just Transition Listening Project
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Workers and Communities in Transition: Report of the Just Transition Listening Project

Workers and Communities in Transition: Report of the Just Transition Listening Project
Community Networks Borne Out of Covid-19 Continue to Strengthen and Expand
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Community Networks Borne Out of Covid-19 Continue to Strengthen and Expand

Community Networks Borne Out of Covid-19 Continue to Strengthen and Expand
How to Protect Massage Workers
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How to Protect Massage Workers

How to Protect Massage Workers
San Francisco Janitors Are on Strike for COVID Safety—and the Fight Doesn’t End There
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San Francisco Janitors Are on Strike for COVID Safety—and the Fight Doesn’t End There

San Francisco Janitors Are on Strike for COVID Safety—and the Fight Doesn’t End There
Stop Asian Hate: Connie Wun on Atlanta Spa Killings, Gender Violence & Spike in Anti-Asian Attacks
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Stop Asian Hate: Connie Wun on Atlanta Spa Killings, Gender Violence & Spike in Anti-Asian Attacks

Stop Asian Hate: Connie Wun on Atlanta Spa Killings, Gender Violence & Spike in Anti-Asian Attacks
COVID-19 casualty: Mills College announces end as four-year school in 2023
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COVID-19 casualty: Mills College announces end as four-year school in 2023

COVID-19 casualty: Mills College announces end as four-year school in 2023
Building Feminist Policies for Climate Justice
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Building Feminist Policies for Climate Justice

Building Feminist Policies for Climate Justice
The Year That Broke Care Work
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The Year That Broke Care Work

The Year That Broke Care Work
What the federal stimulus bill means to California’s child care sector
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What the federal stimulus bill means to California’s child care sector

What the federal stimulus bill means to California’s child care sector
March 2021 Newsletter
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March 2021 Newsletter

March 2021 Newsletter
Improving the Effectiveness of Project Labor Agreements
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Improving the Effectiveness of Project Labor Agreements

Improving the Effectiveness of Project Labor Agreements
Mixed teams and mixed leadership will bring authentic solutions to the endemic problems we face in our social system
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Mixed teams and mixed leadership will bring authentic solutions to the endemic problems we face in our social system

Mixed teams and mixed leadership will bring authentic solutions to the endemic problems we face in our social system
Trust-Based Philanthropy
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Trust-Based Philanthropy

Trust-Based Philanthropy
Philanthropy’s Techno-Solutionism Problem
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Philanthropy’s Techno-Solutionism Problem

Philanthropy’s Techno-Solutionism Problem
How to Build Job Quality into Your Workforce Development Approach
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How to Build Job Quality into Your Workforce Development Approach

How to Build Job Quality into Your Workforce Development Approach
Black Women Best: The Framework We Need for an Equitable Economy
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Black Women Best: The Framework We Need for an Equitable Economy

Black Women Best: The Framework We Need for an Equitable Economy
California Postsecondary to Prosperity Dashboard
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California Postsecondary to Prosperity Dashboard

California Postsecondary to Prosperity Dashboard
Why the rules of the game matter, not just how you play it
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Why the rules of the game matter, not just how you play it

Why the rules of the game matter, not just how you play it
Your Guide to Getting Started With Fair Chance Hiring
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Your Guide to Getting Started With Fair Chance Hiring

Your Guide to Getting Started With Fair Chance Hiring
Good Jobs, Good Business
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Good Jobs, Good Business

Good Jobs, Good Business
Americans’ approval of labor unions hits near 60-year high: Gallup
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Americans’ approval of labor unions hits near 60-year high: Gallup

Americans’ approval of labor unions hits near 60-year high: Gallup
February 2021 Newsletter
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February 2021 Newsletter

February 2021 Newsletter
WHY WE NEED TO SHARE OUR IDEAS ABOUT CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE
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WHY WE NEED TO SHARE OUR IDEAS ABOUT CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE

WHY WE NEED TO SHARE OUR IDEAS ABOUT CONNECTING CAREER DEVELOPMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE
December 2020 Newsletter
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December 2020 Newsletter

December 2020 Newsletter
For Owners Looking to Sell, an Option That Keeps Their Company Intact
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For Owners Looking to Sell, an Option That Keeps Their Company Intact

For Owners Looking to Sell, an Option That Keeps Their Company Intact
Re-Imagining a Bay Area Workforce Grounded in Racial and Gender Equity
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Re-Imagining a Bay Area Workforce Grounded in Racial and Gender Equity

Re-Imagining a Bay Area Workforce Grounded in Racial and Gender Equity
A Multiple Measures Approach to Workforce Equity
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A Multiple Measures Approach to Workforce Equity

A Multiple Measures Approach to Workforce Equity
October 2020 Newsletter
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October 2020 Newsletter

October 2020 Newsletter
September 2020 Newsletter
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September 2020 Newsletter

September 2020 Newsletter
The labor market doesn’t have a ‘skills gap’—it has an opportunity gap
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The labor market doesn’t have a ‘skills gap’—it has an opportunity gap

The labor market doesn’t have a ‘skills gap’—it has an opportunity gap
Building Our Care Infrastructure for Equity, Economic Recovery and Beyond
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Building Our Care Infrastructure for Equity, Economic Recovery and Beyond

Building Our Care Infrastructure for Equity, Economic Recovery and Beyond
September 2020 Newsletter
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September 2020 Newsletter

September 2020 Newsletter
August 2020 Newsletter
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August 2020 Newsletter

August 2020 Newsletter
What could an anti-racist education and training system look like?
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What could an anti-racist education and training system look like?

What could an anti-racist education and training system look like?
Bay Area Undocumented Cash Relief Network
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Bay Area Undocumented Cash Relief Network

Bay Area Undocumented Cash Relief Network
“Putting California on the High Road: A Jobs and Climate Action Plan for 2030
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“Putting California on the High Road: A Jobs and Climate Action Plan for 2030

“Putting California on the High Road: A Jobs and Climate Action Plan for 2030
July 2020 Newsletter
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July 2020 Newsletter

July 2020 Newsletter
The Future of Work(ers): New Framework Examines the Changing Nature of Work in the Bay Area
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The Future of Work(ers): New Framework Examines the Changing Nature of Work in the Bay Area

The Future of Work(ers): New Framework Examines the Changing Nature of Work in the Bay Area
Elon Musk reflects Silicon Valley’s ‘move fast and break things’ culture
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Elon Musk reflects Silicon Valley’s ‘move fast and break things’ culture

Elon Musk reflects Silicon Valley’s ‘move fast and break things’ culture
On-demand and on-the-edge: Ride hailing and Delivery workers in SF
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On-demand and on-the-edge: Ride hailing and Delivery workers in SF

On-demand and on-the-edge: Ride hailing and Delivery workers in SF
May 2020 Newsletter
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May 2020 Newsletter

May 2020 Newsletter
Job creators need help to survive and thrive after COVID-19
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Job creators need help to survive and thrive after COVID-19

Job creators need help to survive and thrive after COVID-19
Where Low-Income Jobs Are Being Lost to COVID-19
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Where Low-Income Jobs Are Being Lost to COVID-19

Where Low-Income Jobs Are Being Lost to COVID-19
Bay Area Layoff tracker
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Bay Area Layoff tracker

Bay Area Layoff tracker
On-Demand and on-the-edge: Ride-hailing and Delivery Workers in San Francisco
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On-Demand and on-the-edge: Ride-hailing and Delivery Workers in San Francisco

On-Demand and on-the-edge: Ride-hailing and Delivery Workers in San Francisco
COVID Recovery Will Require a Transformed Workforce Development System in the Bay Area
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COVID Recovery Will Require a Transformed Workforce Development System in the Bay Area

COVID Recovery Will Require a Transformed Workforce Development System in the Bay Area
California’s Emerging Workforce Response to COVID-19
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California’s Emerging Workforce Response to COVID-19

California’s Emerging Workforce Response to COVID-19
May 2020 Newsletter
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May 2020 Newsletter

May 2020 Newsletter
COVID-19 Resources
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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources
Know Your Rights: What Workers Need to Know in the Midst of COVID19
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Know Your Rights: What Workers Need to Know in the Midst of COVID19

Know Your Rights: What Workers Need to Know in the Midst of COVID19
Martin Luther King Jr. Predicted This Moment
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Martin Luther King Jr. Predicted This Moment

Martin Luther King Jr. Predicted This Moment
Grantmaking With a Racial Justice Lens
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Grantmaking With a Racial Justice Lens

Grantmaking With a Racial Justice Lens
Moving Beyond Job Creation
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Moving Beyond Job Creation

Moving Beyond Job Creation
The Future of Real Jobs: A Prospect Roundtable
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The Future of Real Jobs: A Prospect Roundtable

The Future of Real Jobs: A Prospect Roundtable
Work in America is Greedy, But It Doesn’t Have to Be
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Work in America is Greedy, But It Doesn’t Have to Be

Work in America is Greedy, But It Doesn’t Have to Be
A Design for Workforce Equity
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A Design for Workforce Equity

A Design for Workforce Equity
The Unequal Race for Jobs
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The Unequal Race for Jobs

The Unequal Race for Jobs
Philanthropy’s Reformers! Raise Your Voice in 2020!
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Philanthropy’s Reformers! Raise Your Voice in 2020!

Philanthropy’s Reformers! Raise Your Voice in 2020!
Communicating on Race and Racial Economic Equity
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Communicating on Race and Racial Economic Equity

Communicating on Race and Racial Economic Equity
Research on Asian American workers shows the myth of the ‘model minority’
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Research on Asian American workers shows the myth of the ‘model minority’

Research on Asian American workers shows the myth of the ‘model minority’
California’s Workers Are Increasingly Locked Out of the State’s Prosperity
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California’s Workers Are Increasingly Locked Out of the State’s Prosperity

California’s Workers Are Increasingly Locked Out of the State’s Prosperity
Janitors vs. coders
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Janitors vs. coders

Janitors vs. coders
Low-wage work is more pervasive than you think
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Low-wage work is more pervasive than you think

Low-wage work is more pervasive than you think
The Cost of Being Californian
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The Cost of Being Californian

The Cost of Being Californian
Project Signal
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Project Signal

Project Signal