Restaurant workers in ‘right-to-work’ states face unique challenges as they struggle for better conditions during COVID-19.
‘No One Will Help, No One Will Listen’: Workers Impacted By COVID-19 Outbreak Describe Struggle For Unemployment Benefits
The surge of unemployment claims during COVID-19 has created major backlogs that plague several states and prevent people from receiving money.
People around the world face more and more obstacles to seeking asylum, as borders remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and refugee organizations are concerned that the crisis has become an excuse for governments to limit the human rights of displaced people in the name of public health.
Street medics like Dr. Armen Henderson see Cuba as model for responding to COVID-19, as U.S. government fails to provide health care to vulnerable people.
Incarcerated Abolitionist Stephen Wilson On Hunger Strike Against Retaliation For Speaking Out About COVID-19
Incarcerated abolitionist Stephen Wilson began a hunger strike to protest retaliation he faced for speaking out about COVID-19 behind bars in Pennsylvania.
Strawberry Hampton claims her reincarceration was part of a larger state-run retaliation campaign to silence her for reporting repeated abuse.
The coronavirus poses a grave risk to people incarcerated in jails, prisons, and detention centers across the United States.
Documents: Inside The US Army’s Massive $2 Million Propaganda Campaign For ‘Independence Day’ Sequel
In 2016, the United States Army developed a months-long, multi-platform promotional campaign for the ‘Independence Day’ sequel.
In Spite Of Industry-Backed Disinformation Around Health Care, Largest Nurses Union Mobilizes Voters For ‘Medicare For All’
National Nurses United organizers focus on personal experiences with the health care system to mobilize voters for Medicare For All in 2020 primary.
Centering transgender prisoners can motivate reform within an abolitionist vision. But so-called solidarity has been used to legitimize incarceration, too.