Author: Ethan Miller

Across the state of Oklahoma, tens of thousands of teachers have walked off the job. They’re converging on the state capitol in Oklahoma City to take a stand for high-quality public schools. Will you have their backs? Add your name to our message and let the teachers in Oklahoma know you… Read More»

Last week, a majority of newsroom staffers at the Los Angeles Times announced their intention to join together in union and join their colleagues at other newspapers who are already members of NewsGuild-CWA. Soon after, Tronc, the corporate owners of the paper, issued a letter to tell the Times staff… Read More»

In the weeks since Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Trump Administration would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, many corporate executives, especially in the technology sector, have issued statements in defense of the nearly 800,000 young people who have been able to work or go to… Read More»

UPDATE 3/16/18: Yesterday, in a major setback for working people. the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the Labor Department’s Fiduciary Rule. Without the rule in place, retirement savers will lose the common-sense protection of ensuring financial advisers put savers’ interests ahead of their own profit margins. Saving for… Read More»

Amidst a general election that is sure to be discussed, analyzed and hypothesized about for weeks, if not months to come, one aspect you could easily overlook is some resoundingly good news. Voters made their voices heard on policies that directly benefit working people’s ability to provide for their families.… Read More»

Spoiler Alert: The following post discusses the plot of Superstore season two, episode one. When season one of NBC’s Superstore ended, we were left wondering what would happen to the Cloud 9 store employees’ nascent strike (ICYMI, our recap is here). After corporate directors fire the store’s bumbling, but benevolent… Read More»