Reflecting on the changes that have occurred during the pandemic, Dr. Manuel Pastor discusses how society can reverse the bad and build on the good. The future is forged through our every day actions.
L.A. County’s labor federation, spurred by the pandemic, will launch a massive mutual aid initiative to address hunger, housing insecurity and other community needs.
Exploring income inequality in the land of milk and money.
The long-time activist talks about the El Sereno community’s struggle for autonomy in the midst of a global pandemic.
Two years on, with mandates lifting, what’s changed about COVID — and what hasn’t.
Marking two years of pandemic times, Rubén Martínez takes stock of what he has seen. Do you remember?
While $5.2 trillion brought swift recovery, U.S. workers still lack the security of those in other advanced economies.
What are Gov. Newsom’s plans for protecting workers who have suffered disproportionately?
California health care workers feel worn out, denied the staffing and support that would let them do what they do best.
The California surplus is available to some, but for 61 local public health department workers there’s little but tough love.
Taking care of California means taking care of those with disabilities and comorbidities.
Gov. Newsom calibrates the right time for schools to drop the mask mandate.
The Los Angeles-based Zapotec organizer shares how “mutual aid” has always been traditional.
Promising new legislation to keep California workers safe would leave many uncovered.
An ‘onslaught’ of school protest aims to do what California’s government has struggled to achieve: keep students safe.
New state protocols allow health care workers who test positive but are asymptomatic to immediately return to work.
“Hungry at the Table” singles out pay and conditions at grocery giant, whose profits have soared during the pandemic.
First-in-the-nation legislation takes aim at egregious violations in the fashion industry.
Agricultural workers in New York just formed the state’s first farmworker union, but a new law guaranteeing overtime protections and organizing rights for the first time has been delayed.
They understand the need to extend sick leave. They have the money. Do they have the will?