Since Donald Trump won the election, nearly 900 incidents of violence, hate speech and harassment have been reported. In light of these attacks, it’s important that you know what your rights are and what you can do if you or someone you know is the target of one of these attacks in the workplace. Click […]
Month: November 2016
After the election, much of the discussion has been focused on working-class voters, but many of these discussions are heavily focused on white working-class voters and they largely leave out working-class voters of color. But if you look deeper, the economic anxiety that was said to be a driving force for those white working class […]
Rather than slice and dice the electorate into different demographics and voting blocks, we have to understand what happened on Nov. 8 not as a vote for or against the two presidential candidates. Rather, it was something much larger. It was an expression of the insecurity of working people all over the formerly industrialized world, […]
In the wake of a very divisive election cycle, it’s important that we have a conversation about how to bring people together on common issues and move forward toward solutions that benefit as many Americans as possible. And it’s important that working people be a part of that conversation.
America’s working families want to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving!