Monthly Archives: July 2018

On behalf of the Boards of Directors of Jobs With Justice and Jobs With Justice Education Fund, we’re excited to announce the decision to expand the leadership of the organization by selecting Erica Smiley to serve as a co-director along with Sarita Gupta. Income inequality, the extreme concentration of wealth… Read More»

Today marks Amazon’s Prime Day, an annual sales event invented by the e-commerce giant. Thanks to the retailer’s ubiquitous advertising and heavily-discounted prices, people now flock to to scoop up bargains for the day. But what makes those deals possible? Around the world, the women and men working inside… Read More»

No one should have to live in fear that when they go to work they may never come home, but ICE is ripping people out of their workplaces and homes and away from their communities and children, leaving hundreds more children separated from their families. Share this infographic now!

People working at a meat distribution warehouse in Brooklyn were tired of working for unsustainable pay without health insurance, paid holidays or overtime pay, so they decided to come together to improve their jobs. Their company immediately threatened and fired individuals for their support of a union, but they persisted in… Read More»