by Julianne Hing on January 23 2015, 4:44PM
As of 2014.
by Julianne Hing on January 22 2015, 2:26PM
The ten plaintiffs have worked a combined 50 years at McDonald’s.
by Carla Murphy on January 20 2015, 4:37PM
The city’s economic boom prompts deeper questions about its past
by Carla Murphy on January 20 2015, 1:39PM
Is $10.50 enough?
by Akiba Solomon on December 30 2014, 11:30AM
As we approach the new year, we’d like to thank you for reading, tweeting, commenting and generally engaging with Colorlines this year. Please help us keep going.
by Carla Murphy on November 26 2014, 3:36PM
This year, Black Friday’s not just about shopping (or not); it’s about standing up against police brutality, too
by Carla Murphy on November 20 2014, 2:22PM
Increasing the minimum wage may require immigration reform
by Julianne Hing on November 4 2014, 2:29PM
From $8.50 in South Dakota and Arkansas to $15 per hour in San Francisco County.
Economic justice columnist Imara Jones and graphic artist Tatiana Lam explain how black men have been excluded from generations worth of economic opportunity initiatives.
by Imara Jones on October 22 2014, 8:06AM
Let’s get specific about what the Obama administration can do in the next two years to fix generations worth of divestment in black men.
by Carla Murphy on October 9 2014, 4:52PM
Domestic workers still may not be paid for time worked—and have no recourse to fight theft
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.