December 12, 2012
New state laws curtail the power of unions, and possibly black earning potential.
by Lynette Holloway onMarch 10, 2011
The push to eliminate the power of public unions to bargain collectively, as the GOP is trying to do in Wisconsin, can disproportionately affect black workers. Here's why.
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