USPS is a vital source of decent jobs for Black workers. It could also narrow the racial wealth divide by expanding financial services.
A leading Black worker advocate calls on policymakers to understand that what benefits Black workers benefits us all.
We’re working to build the leadership and strategists that a diverse labor and worker movement demands today.
Between COVID-19, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism, Black Immigrant Domestic Workers are att he epicenter of three converging crises.
Black immigrant domestic workers are at the epicenter of three converging storms—the pandemic, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism.
Highlighting some of the most innovative and best organizing being led by Black workers in the US.
A new report shines a light on the Durham and Atlanta healthcare workers raising the standards of care in America.
Black-led Labor Organizers Discuss Challenges and Tactics of Black Worker Organizing in the Trump Era at State of Black Workers in America Conference
The Institute for Policy Studies held its 3rd State of Black Workers in America Conference at historic Howard University.
Day-long conference to feature panels discussing most innovative organizing led by Black workers in the U.S. in the Trump era
A day-long conference by IPS’s Black Worker Initiative about some of the most innovative and best organizing being led by Black workers in the US
Sanchioni Butler is organizing where barriers to unionization are the highest.
It’s simply not true that race plays less of a role in economic inequality than it did in previous generations, Josh Hoxie tells the Real News Network.
As the nation becomes more Black and Brown an economic crisis in wage earnings could be on the horizon.
Almost half of U.S. workers earn less than $15 an hour. This new report details their struggles.
Join IPS and NDWA in discussing how our partnership has helped create a stronger movement for worker justice.