The landmark collective bargaining agreement for the United States Women’s National Team creates a blueprint for equity across global sports organizations.
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, New York has an opportunity to transform its care economy by investing in workers.
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.
While workers are continuing to struggle under COVID, corporate lobbyists are converging on Capitol Hill to block proposed pro-labor reforms.
The Biden administration must address the industry’s long-standing gender discrimination and systemic inequalities, which have become even more severe during the pandemic.
If you grew up agitated that “women earn 59 cents on the dollar,” for the same work as men, there’s a movie for you.
A new documentary exposes the need for a federal lifeline for child care providers and working mothers.
In soccer and in everything else, we need to pay America’s millions of underpaid women what they’re worth.
The U.S. women’s soccer team outperforms its male counterpart but earns less — like women in every other field.
It takes the typical black woman all the way till August to earn what a white male worker got paid last year.
The Poor People’s Campaign’s first week of nonviolent moral direct actions will shine a spotlight on the problems of women in poverty.
The United States is one of the top incarcerators of women in the world, which breaks up families and endangers children.
The persistent pay gap between men and women is a key driver of economic inequality today.