by Carla Murphy on September 26 2014, 10:56AM
‘One woman, Carmen Segarra, has been brave enough to fight the system,’ says one financial journalist.
by Carla Murphy on September 19 2014, 11:37AM
No, it’s not a scam
by Carla Murphy on September 8 2014, 11:19AM
The median Hispanic family’s net worth is $14,000 and the median for black families is $11,000.
by Carla Murphy on September 4 2014, 3:09PM
Workers are now practicing civil disobedience.
by Carla Murphy on September 3 2014, 10:20AM
Systemic hurdles are still preventing many people of color from building wealth
by Carla Murphy on September 3 2014, 10:03AM
The name change made José Zamora appear to be a better candidate
by Carla Murphy on September 2 2014, 2:30PM
Workers plan civil disobedience and hope to add home care workers to their fight
by Carla Murphy on July 28 2014, 10:03AM
The Illinois gathering would have been unheard of two years ago
by Julianne Hing on July 22 2014, 5:44PM
Fast-food workers are the largest group of minimum wage workers in the country.
by Julianne Hing on July 16 2014, 12:40PM
Thanks to the prison boom.
by Rinku Sen on July 2 2014, 7:00AM
Fifty years after the Jim Crow-busting Civil Rights Act became law, occupational segregation runs rampant in the United States.
by Stacia L. Brown on July 1 2014, 3:20PM
Our Twitter chat on black men and unemployment unearthed hard truths about job market inequity.
by Carla Murphy on June 30 2014, 10:36AM
Public sector jobs have been crucial for the upward mobility of African-Americans and women