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Handling Hardship: Data on Economic Insecurity Among Amazon Warehouse Workers

Sanjay Pinto, Beth Gutelius Center for Urban Economic Development - University of Illinois, Chicago
Our data indicate that roughly half of Amazon’s frontline warehouse workers are struggling with food and housing insecurity and being able to pay their bills. That’s not what economic security looks like.


Worker-to-Worker Unionism: A Model for Labor To Scale Up

Eric Blanc Jacobin
At the heart of the current uptick in union organizing at companies like Starbucks has been “worker-to-worker unionism.” That model could be key to scaling up organizing and revitalizing the labor movement.


Taking a Hammer to It

Jeremy Hsu New Scientist Magazine
An eye-opening read traces today’s collective rage against big tech back to the Luddite uprising the industrial revolution.
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