Andrew Elrod is writer living in New York. He is a contributor and former intern at Dissent, and his work has also appeared in Labor Notes. He is from Texas. Follow him on Twitter at @andrewelrod or reach him at elrod.andrew [at] gmail [dot] com.
“People are tired of waiting”: In New York City, Construction and Low-wage Workers March
From Canarsie, Brooklyn to Lincoln Center, workers in New York rallied in support of a $15 minimum wage on Wednesday. The most recent day of action in the nearly three-year old Fight for $15 campaign... MORE
Working · April 16, 2015
Race to the Bottom?
The Obama administration’s education reform is little better than its predecessor's. MORE
Features · October 21, 2013
Steal From the Rich, Give to the Middle Class
Could the Robin Hood Tax help save our economy? MORE
Features · September 20, 2013
Underwire Under Fire: Victoria’s Secret Employees Win $2 Raise
At the Victoria’s Secret flagship location in Manhattan’s Herald Square, where all three floors are frequently packed with customers, a single bra can sell for $58 and customers often drop... MORE
Working · September 3, 2013