24 Jun 2020

Record Label For Current And Formerly Incarcerated Musicians Releases First Album

Die Jim Crow is the first nonprofit record label for current and formerly incarcerated musicians, and on Juneteenth, the label released their first album, “Assata Troi” by BL Shirelle.

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15 Jun 2020

California Domestic Workers Fight To End Exclusion From National Workplace Protections

The Health and Safety for All Workers Act would amend an Occupational and Safety Hazard Act in California so domestic workers were no longer excluded.

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10 Jun 2020

Congress Members Obtain COVID-19 Loans Through Small Business Program

Members of Congress obtained disaster loans for their businesses through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

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09 Jun 2020

Beyond Prisons: How Do We Get Through This? feat. Kay Whitlock & Donna Murch

Donna Murch and Kay Whitlock join Beyond Prisons to think through the question “how do we get through this?” in light of the intensity of the pandemic.

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Anna Eskamani. Credit: Emily Wray
04 Jun 2020

Many Abortion Clinics May Not Survive COVID-19 Unless Progressives Take Bolder Action

With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing the abortion access debate to a fever pitch, pro-choice advocates are challenging all progressives to do better than placate politicians.

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26 May 2020

US Government Attempts To Bureaucratically Thwart NSA Whistleblower Reality Winner’s Appeal For Compassionate Release

The coronavirus may infect NSA whistleblower Reality Winner while she is incarcerated at a women’s prison hospital. She has a history of respiratory illness that makes her exceptionally vulnerable. Yet, the United States government contends they have no record of Winner ever submitting a request for relief.

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"Shadows" by kdigga on Flickr
22 May 2020

Dissenter Weekly: Key Regulatory Agency For Workers Has Massive Backlog Of Whistleblower Complaints

On this edition of the “Dissenter Weekly,” host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola highlights how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has received around two dozen complaints a day during the coronavirus pandemic. The agency has over 1,000 complaints in their backlog. Later in the show, Gosztola covers a

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CREDIT: ShiftChange Atlanta.
21 May 2020

In ‘Right-To-Work’ States, Restaurant Workers Mobilize During COVID-19 For Better Conditions

Restaurant workers in ‘right-to-work’ states face unique challenges as they struggle for better conditions during COVID-19.

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Photo by Thomas Cizauskas
21 May 2020

What Happens To Restaurant Workers State-By-State Is Of National Consequence

What happens to “essential workers,” or those on front lines, impacts all making low wages, especially as impacts of COVID-19 keep rippling through economy.

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Photo by Brecht Bug on Flickr.
19 May 2020

‘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.

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