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Nearly 2,500 Bridges to Nowhere: Congress Considers Expanding Charter Program Despite Millions Wasted on Closed Schools

UPDATE July 15th -- Earlier this week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) invoked cloture on the ESEA bill,...

07/8/2015 | Holding Charter Schools Accountable

Regional Feds’ Head-Hunting Under Scrutiny Over Insider Bias, Delays

New York/Washington. Efforts to fill top positions at some US Federal Reserve regional branches are casting a spotlight...

07/6/2015 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Regional Feds' head-hunting under scrutiny over insider bias, delays

Efforts to fill top positions at some U.S. Federal Reserve regional branches are casting a spotlight on a decades-old...

07/2/2015 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Zara Latest ‘Cool’ Retailer in Hot Water for Alleged Discrimination

Spanish fashion chain Zara is among several “hip” retailers making headlines recently for alleged discrimination...

07/2/2015 | Improving Job Quality

Regional Feds' head-hunting under scrutiny over insider bias, delays

Efforts to fill top positions at some U.S. Federal Reserve regional branches are casting a spotlight on a decades-old...

07/2/2015 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

ABQ call center workers get more family-friendly workplace rules

More than workers at Albuquerque’s T-Mobile call center began working under new workplace rules this week.  The company...

07/2/2015 | Improving Job Quality

Zara stores in NYC accused of discriminating against black employees and customers

According to a new report...

07/1/2015 | Improving Job Quality

15 Things Your City Can Do Right Now to End Police Brutality

Martin Luther King Jr. said it best in...

07/1/2015 | Combating Discriminatory Policing

Victoria's Secret on-call policy remains under wraps

In the face of a legal challenge in California and a probe by the New York State attorney general, underwear purveyor...

07/1/2015 | Restoring a Fair Workweek

The Housing Recovery Has Skipped Poor and Minority Neighborhoods

On October 11, 2009, when Isaac Dieudonne was two years old, his family moved into a new home in Miramar, Florida. As...

06/29/2015 | Advocating for Housing Justice

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