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How Unions Can Help Shrink the Gender Wage Gap

Holly Corbett Forbes
Women in unions are paid higher wages and experience smaller wage gaps than non-unionized women. Unionized women who work full time are typically paid 19% more than women who are not in a union, resulting in them making roughly $10,000 more a year.

How We Rebuilt the Young Democratic Socialists

David Duhalde The Forge
DSA's youth section used lessons from Mao and contemporary labor to build a winning strategy: When a strategy and its tactics cease producing desired results, you need to reassess. Sometimes that means going beyond your comfort zone to find success.
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