Justice Fest is sponsored by the Economic Justice Coalition, Inc. to create awareness and highlight the successes of our community efforts to raise low wages, obtain health benefits, create living-wage jobs and participate in civic engagement. You are invited to come enjoy an extraordinary afternoon of hors d’oeuvres, singing, and powerful presentations by community leaders. […]
Latinx workers on a multimillion dollar development project announce that they have finally been paid for the work they completed nearly a year ago. Labor organizers with the Workers Center at Economic Justice Coalition joined a worker in a delegation meeting with the company to mediate.
When an employer fails to give their workers their earned wages, they are stealing labor from their workers.
Southern Black workers have a long record of forming unions to press their demands for justice—we once again need to build power at work as we have in the past.
A February 13 ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) clarifies whether employees can be disciplined for recording conversations with management officials.
Black workers have continued leading unionization rates, at 12.8 percent, higher than the figure of total unionized workers.