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Litigation for the People  

Critics argue that anti-discrimination law fails to challenge the fundamental inequalities of society. For Filipino-American workers, however, it became an important organizing tool in the fight against segregation and unsafe conditions on the job.

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A World Without Work?  

Contemporary automation discourse responds to a real, global trend: there are too few jobs for too many people. But it ignores the actual sources of this trend: deindustrialization, depressed investment, and ultra-wealthy elites who stand in the way of a post-scarcity society.

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A Blow for Labor Rights in California  

Gig workers were barely scraping by even before companies like Uber spent $200 million on the successful campaign to pass Proposition 22. Now, two paths lie ahead: one paved by corporate cash, and the other blazed by the workers behind the wheel.