Fran Quigley is a clinical professor at the at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, teaching in the Health and Human Rights Clinic. He is the author of several academic journal articles on social justice and human rights, and a book, Walking Together, Walking Far: How a U.S. and African Medical School Partnership Is Winning the Fight Against the HIV/AIDS Pandemic (Indiana University Press, 2009). He has also served as the executive director of ACLU of Indiana and as a staff attorney with Indiana Legal Services.
Haitian Sweatshops: Made in the U.S.A.
When the shift changes in the late afternoon, thousands of Haitians stream out from under an arched entrance labeled “Parc Industriel Metropolitain” toward the traffic-choked streets of Port-au-Prince. Among them is... MORE
Working · March 21, 2013
Are Workers ‘Sacrificial Lambs’ For Indiana’s Unemployment Fund Deficit?
If the summer of 2012 was supposed to be a vacation, Renissa Pinner was not enjoying it much. Pinner, a teacher assistant with a pre-school program on the southwest side of Indianapolis, was laid... MORE
Working · January 15, 2013
The Battle of Indianapolis: Workers Win Gains Despite Right-to-Work Laws
During the first weeks of 2012, thousands of union members and supporters from across the Midwest flooded the Indiana Statehouse, chanting “Kill the Bill” and singing “Solidarity Forever.” Despite their... MORE
Working · December 14, 2012