In-person, hybrid, and remote teaching all present different challenges for paraeducators.
The pandemic has exacerbated an existing child care crisis. Platforms like Care.com are growing, while exposing care workers to new forms of surveillance and discrimination.
Community and labor groups are campaigning for equal benefits for undocumented immigrants and other workers excluded from the coronavirus relief packages.
A discussion about voter suppression, electoral reform, and the obstacles for the left in a political system dominated by the wealthy.
History suggests that what you see on the campaign trail, or even in a candidate’s past legislative record, is not necessarily what you get from a president once in power.
The 1974 romance Claudine is one of the few true depictions of working-class life in a decade of great films that rarely addressed the topic.
Homework and piece pay in the garment industry were largely abolished by the global labor struggles that preceded the New Deal. Silicon Valley capitalists have brought the model back.
Court fines, fees, and restitution payments fund government operations—and hold millions of people in dire financial straits.
Today, inequality—especially racial inequality—is not only produced through the job market but through people’s ability to hustle.
Celebrating Michael Kazin as he retires from co-editorship of Dissent.
Natasha Lewis joins Timothy Shenk as co-editor of Dissent, and eight contributors join the editorial board.
Introducing our Fall 2020 special section, “Technology and the Crisis of Work.”