Column: On wages, the people spoke, but will the court listen? Check out the following article: http://bit.ly/2XNs13T
Over 60 state and federal officials, dozens of diverse organizations filed 14 amicus briefs against “adopt and amend” maneuver
Over 60 state and federal officials, dozens of diverse organizations filed 14 amicus briefs against “adopt and amend” maneuver Elected Officials, Civil Rights Groups Urge Michigan Supreme Court to Strike Down the Legislature’s Unconstitutional Laws on Wages, Sick Time Benefits...Over 60 state and federal officials, dozens of diverse organizations filed 14 amicus briefs
GOP lame duck law making citizen ballot drives difficult is being challenged in court Check out the following article: https://www.metrotimes.com/news-hits/archives/2019/05/24/gop-lame-duck-law-making-citizen-ballot-drives-difficult-is-being-challenged-in-court#.XO7Aoc7bD3c.email
Detroit Future City: Growing Detroit’s African-American Middle Class Check out the following article: https://detroitfuturecity.com/middleclassreport/documents/DFC_Growing-Detroit%E2%80%99s-African-American-Middle-Class.pdf
GOP lawmakers ask Michigan court to rule on lame-duck laws Check out the following article: https://apnews.com/c740aba899d74e7db156c38c5305ef31
Economic Justice Fellowship Application Process Now Open Apply now for EJAM’s intensive training, which is designed for individuals who are interested in making an impact in their community through organizing around economic justice issues like raising wages or ensuring benefits like earned paid sick time. The fellowship provides the opportunity to gain valuable
Strong majorities across the partisan spectrum support earned paid sick time and minimum wage; legislators who bait and switched on these issues lose support December 14, 2018 LANSING – The Economic Justice Alliance of Michigan released a new poll today showing that voters continue to overwhelmingly support the paid sick time and minimum wage
The One Fair Wage Campaign is a national campaign advocating for better working conditions and higher wages for restaurant workers around the United States. Jane Fonda talks about her time in Michigan on this MSNBC clip.
It is a cool Saturday in late Oct. and as most of Ann Arbor sleeps, Kerrytown’s Detroit Filling Station wakes up with the intent of changing the world. As I arrive at the activist brunch event, I have little idea of what to expect. Read more here.
Despite a strong national economy, it’s still tough for millions of working Americans to pay the bills. A large proportion of the jobs created in the U.S. are in sectors like retail and restaurant work: employment that often comes with low wages, irregular hours, and scant benefits. Read more here.