Check out the discussion we had via Twitter with Victor Narro and Margari Hill of Muslim ARC (Anti-Racism Collaborative) on faith, law and justice. Add your thoughts at #FaithJustice
We have tremendous victories to celebrate. Recently, the City of Los Angeles joined other cities throughout the country by enacting a $15 minimum wage and an innovative wage theft enforcement policy that will become a model for the country. Los Angeles County followed soon thereafter when the Board of Supervisors voted to approve a $15 minimum wage for the unincorporated areas in the county. There were similar victories throughout the…
Law@theMargins sits down with scholar-activist Premilla Nadasen to discuss women, organizing, and the untold history of black domestic workers.
Behind our latest effort to draw attention and support of a women’s most basic rights at work, including equal pay and an environment free from sexual harassment.
Some facts and figures behind why it is in everyone’s best moral and practical interests to see to it that women have the most basic rights at work , including equal pay and an environment free from sexual harassment.
Law@theMargins Editor Chaumtoli Huq and documentary filmmaker Mohammed Romel premiere a trailer for their Fall 2015 documentary , Sramik Awaaz: Workers Voices, which focuses on the organizing efforts of workers in the garment industry.
Kamal of Sommolito Garment Sramik Federation and Sagor of Bangladesh Garment and Industrial Workers Federation (BGIWF) share why it is important for them as men to support women’s rights at the workplace.