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Labor Trafficking Survivor Speaks Out

March 16, 2017 /

by Michael Ahn Paarlberg


A new report helps quantify the abusive patterns experienced by survivors of human trafficking by following the stories of over 100 domestic workers. As the sole provider for her children...

India’s Real Estate Boom: The Dark Side

March 10, 2017 /

by Aarthi Gunnupuri


The glossy façade of economic progress is propped up by a brick-making industry notorious for extreme worker exploitation. Originally published by Equal Times. When Brijesh Yadav borrowed US$300 from a...

Solidarity for Black Workers at Nissan

February 23, 2017 /

by Sarah Anderson


The lead organizer of a union drive with the predominantly African American workforce at a Mississippi factory is building power through alliances with civil rights, faith, and student activists.

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