On May 7, fruit packers at Allan Brothers walked off the job to protest conditions made deadly by the pandemic.
Essential and angry! Overwhelmed workers, most of them underpaid women, immigrants and people of color, are bringing unions and communities together in protest.
In the middle of an historic pandemic, the government has rightly declared farmworkers essential to the food supply chain. As a former farmworker, I know it takes hard labor to plant and process the food that feeds everyone. Immigrants do most of this work. But documented or undocumented, the U.S. has never treated them as… Read more »
Australia’s most vulnerable — Aboriginal people, migrants, and refugees— get the least help, are the sickest, and jailed for failing to distance or protesting on behalf of trapped prisoners.
Moz, along with more than 45 other men, is detained in a cramped hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Preston without the ability to physically distance.
Hay más de una forma de crear un muro fronterizo. Se puede construir con acero y cemento o con políticas de inmigración tan retorcidas que socavan la solidaridad humana. Este es el muro más fuerte que Trump está construyendo. La administración republicana, como la demócrata anteriormente, está tratando de empujar a los migrantes en la… Read more »
Forcing desperate migrants to wait outside the U.S. is creating humanitarian disaster in Mexico and Guatemala, out of sight of the U.S. public.
Imprisoned migrants are hunger-striking and publicizing abominable conditions — and getting bold grassroots support from groups like La Resistencia in Washington state.
Join us in asking the Seattle Jewish Film Festival to rescind its award to billionaire developer Martin Selig, who profits from ICE terrorizing immigrants.
Speedups, government collusion and phony health clinics produce serious injuries and death. They also spur revolt.