Oakland teachers can’t afford to live here. This housing program offers them ‘room to breathe’

Oakland teachers can’t afford to live here. This housing program offers them ‘room to breathe’

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Unionization Resources

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Women in Manufacturing: Making It Happen in a Man’s World

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BIDEN-HARRIS ADMINISTRATION FINALIZES RULE TO INCREASE COMPENSATION THRESHOLDS FOR OVERTIME ELIGIBILITY, EXPANDING PROTECTIONS FOR MILLIONS OF WORKERS

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THEY WORK 80 HOURS A WEEK FOR LOW PAY. NOW, CALIFORNIA’S EARLY-CAREER DOCTORS ARE JOINING UNIONS

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California fast-food workers will get $20 minimum wage, starting Monday

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Workers’ Wage Theft

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Black Women and Vulnerable Work

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How the national labor movement arrived in Sonoma Valley

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Immigrants are not hurting U.S.-born workers

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