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Can democracy in the United States survive naked dictatorial ambition and Christian nationalism in 2024? The biggest danger today: a vengeful would-be dictator and a cultist Christian nationalist movement that are reaching for absolute power in our country. Please help us to inform, to mobilize and to inspire the forces of multi-racial, radical, inclusive democracy to defeat this threat in 2024.


It’s Time to Give Domestic Workers the Protections They Deserve

Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, & Ai-Jen Poo Marie Claire
The National Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, reintroduced on July 29, would establish a new set of standards for the people who work in our homes and take a vital step towards racial and gender equity.


Justice on the Job for Nail Salon Workers

Kressent Pottenger, Narbada Chhetri and Pabitra Dash New Labor Forum
New Labor Forum’s “Working-Class Voices” columnist Kressent Pottenger interviewed Narbada Chhetri, former nail salon worker and director of Organizing and Advocacy at Adhikaar (a social justice organization based in New York City with approximately eight hundred members serving the Nepalese and Tibetan community), and Pabitra Dash, nail salon worker and organizer at Adhikaar, about the poor working conditions of nail salon workers in the United States. Highlights of the interview follow.

Beyond Survival: Organizing to End Human Trafficking of Domestic Workers

National Domestic Workers Alliance National Domestic Workers Alliance
With survivor stories and data, the Beyond Survival report and campaign paint a stark reality of domestic worker trafficking in the United States. Including clear policy recommendations for domestic and international decision-makers, emphasizing that survivors themselves must lead the way to end labor exploitation, Beyond Survival empowers trafficking survivors through integrated trainings and leadership development to transform work and end human trafficking.
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