Rebekah Entralgo is the managing editor of the IPS Inequality.org website and newsletter. Previously she covered immigration, labor and tax policy as a reporter at ThinkProgress and later led communications and media strategy at Freedom for Immigrants, a national nonprofit working to end immigration detention. She has reported for NPR member stations in her home state for Florida, as well as the NPR headquarters in Washington DC, where she researched presidential conflicts of interest for the NPR Business Desk.

Rebekah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Editing, Writing, and Media from Florida State University, where she was an undergraduate research assistant studying growing activist movements on social media.

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Striketober Becomes Strikesgiving as Workers Rediscover the Power of Unions

Better wages and health care may always face headwinds in Washington, but unions are striking to win them directly.

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Big Pharma Corporate Lobby VS. Everyday Americans

Organizers take to the streets to call on Big Pharma to halt its assault on popular reforms to lower prescription drug prices.

Unemployment Insurance Isn’t Holding Back the Economy. Inequality Is.

Ending enhanced unemployment benefits didn’t get people back to work. It just made them poorer.

The Labor Day Dreams of Black Workers

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Black Labor Leaders and Advocates Reflect on the Pandemic and What Comes Next

We asked nine leading Black labor organizers and policy advocates how to advance racial equity in the COVID recovery — and beyond. Here are their responses.

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The next few months will be crucial to securing the big, bold policy wins needed to build a more equitable, sustainable country for all.

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Democrats just passed a budget framework that could make millions of immigrant workers less vulnerable to exploitation.

The Eviction Crisis is a Race and Gender Wage Gap Issue

Rep. Cori Bush delivered a win for millions of renters, but inequalities that make Black women particularly vulnerable to evictions continue.

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Immigrants played a key role in keeping families and the economy functioning during the pandemic. Congress must ensure these essential workers share in the benefits of recovery.

Infrastructure Must Include the Care Economy

This crisis of care could be prevented if Congress were to take bold action to fund human infrastructure.

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It’s not that people don’t want to work — it’s that they don’t want to work for so little.

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Their mantra? Celebrate today. Organize tomorrow.

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By supporting quality home care, the plan will help seniors avoid dangerous, for-profit nursing facilities.

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