Blacks Systematically Barred from Temporary Jobs in Chicago

“The Black applicants would wind up sitting in the office beginning at dawn, watching Hispanics get assigned to work all day long. by Glen Ford Article Reprint A national temporary worker staffing agency and a number of its clients have been sued for discriminating against Black workers. It’s a class Continue Reading

Incarcerated Labor: A Hellish Interview of Prison Labor Activst Azzurra Crispino Article Reprint Prison labor activist Azzurra Crispino explains how a nation-wide prison work stoppage revealed mass incarceration’s large-scale exploitation of incarcerated labor, and the brutal lengths the state will go to protect its interests – and calls for the public to embrace love in the face of fear, and Continue Reading