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Black Lives Matter: Solidarity with racial justice protesters across the country

Jobs to Move America stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters demanding racial justice across the country.

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Recovery from COVID-19? Not without real public oversight

California lawmakers will soon oversee billions of stimulus dollars and pass a state-level recovery package. But a loophole in the state’s public records law is preventing workers and communities from real recovery.

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Good jobs can break the crisis-recovery cycle

The bailout after the Great Recession led to a proliferation of low-quality, gig economy jobs. To recover from COVID-19, we can’t repeat the same mistakes.

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Take to the digital streets for Earth Day

If there was ever a time to come together to turn the tide on an economy that puts profits over people and the planet, it is now.

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Legal, but despicable: Employers looking to cash in on stimulus checks

Corporate employers are pursuing nefarious tactics to cash in on the stimulus checks people receive from the federal government by docking workers’ pay.

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New Flyer workers slam company for COVID-19 response

New Flyer put workers at risk of COVID-19, disregarding public health guidance. Now, the company is shutting down production and refusing to support workers.

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Corporate giveaways gutted the South’s safety net, recovering from COVID-19 requires rebuilding it

Alabama gives away billions of public dollars to corporations, often with no strings attached. Our new research-action program is organizing for a better deal for Southern workers and communities.

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Taking on COVID-19

A real recovery from the devastating economic and public health consequences of COVID-19 means putting people over profit, once and for all.

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What the pundits are missing this Super Tuesday

The sad truth is that the punditry has all but ignored climate change and the related impacts on our economy during the primary, shirking grassroots calls for a climate debate to instead pose just a handful of insufficient, muddled climate questions.