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Worker Power
Reimagining Work
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With the lowest-paid workers at the highest-risk for COVID exposure and for wage loss, the pandemic propelled workers rights issues to the forefront once again. But the inequities of our economy are nothing new. We live in an age of rapid technological change and outsourcing of U.S. manufacturing that threatens to leave many workers behind. What does the future of worker protections look like? How can we protect dignity and fairness in work?

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