Shirley Chisholm, Congresswoman from New York studies a wall chart full of numbers in this November 2, 1965 photograph. (Wikimedia Commons / Library of Congress / New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection / Roger Higgins)
20 Jan 2016

MLK Now: Condola Rashad Reads Shirley Chisholm’s Presidential Campaign Announcement

“Thirty-six years ago, U.S. Rep. Shirley Chisholm became the first woman and the first black person to seek a major party’s presidential nomination.”

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Actor Kostas Voutsas leads an anti-workplace bullying workshop at the Oregon Department of Transportation on September 18, 2013. (Flickr / Oregon Department of Transportation)
06 Jan 2016

Corporate Diversity Policies Don’t Help Women Or Minorities

A study by the American Sociological Review found that workplace diversity policies may even make things worse for minorities like black women.

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Undocumented women workers marched 100 miles to meet with Pope Francis. (The Laura Flanders Show)
11 Dec 2015

Race, Gender, And Work: Undocumented Workers Walk 100 Miles For Justice

The Laura Flanders Show: The black workers’ struggle in Los Angeles. Undocumented workers march 100 miles to meet the Pope. Ending racism in the work force.

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A factory worker adjusts his safety goggles fit over his ear in this March 2, 2011 photograph. His work shirt has a patch reading "Perfection is our Direction." (Flickr / Nick Harris)
09 Nov 2015

Support For Neoliberalism Is Killing Working-Class Whites

Middle-aged, working-class whites are dying faster than ever before, according to new research from Princeton. Are they voting away their own futures?

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