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Why We Support Immigrant Rights

Around 100 years ago, the tragedy of the Mexican Revolution unfolded in Ciudad Juarez with explosions and gunfire that could be heard across the river in El Paso, Texas. There, U.S. businessmen and [...] Continue Reading

Down Prison Road

High in the mountains overlooking Bakersfield and the south end of the San Joaquin Valley is a piece of California's past, the California Correctional Institution, or as inmates know it, [...] Continue Reading

SEIU versus NUHW: Who Owns the Union?

By: Mike Parker A federal jury in San Francisco awarded damages to the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) on April 9 in its suit against the new National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW). [...] Continue Reading