Akito Yoshikane is a freelance writer based in Chicago.
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Still Crazy After All These Years: UN Condemns Cuba Embargo, Again
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Temp Workers Squeezed Most in Tightening Job Market
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Imported Chinese Laborers’ Work Conditions Shock Caribbean Nation
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Change of Heart at WTO? Globalization Doesn’t Help Poor Workers, Report Says
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‘CARE Act’ Would Close U.S. Child Labor Loophole, Get Kids to School
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NBA to Use Replacement Refs During Labor Lockout
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As Climate Talks Continue, Labor Looks for Seat at Table
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Malawi Child Laborers Suffer Nicotine Poisoning
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International Union Slams Iran for Labor Violations
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Japan Election Signals Workers’ Anger, Insecurity
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NYC Campaign Controversy Overshadows Realities of Garment Industry
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Could Stimulus Packages Improve Gender Equality?
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Former UN Diplomat Denied Immunity in Labor Lawsuit
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Around the World, Forced Labor Persists
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UN Tackles Forced Labor in Myanmar
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Global Recession Hitting Women Harder Than Men
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Around the Country, Unions Battle City Governments
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Amid Global Financial Turmoil, Cooperatives Show Resilience
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Reach Out and Rob Someone
After federal investigations into the $4 billion prepaid phone card industry found deceptive practices, state officials and Capitol Hill are finally cracking down on companies
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The Cho Show
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Day Laborers Sue Chicago
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Public Libraries For Profit
The trend of farming out public libraries to a private, profit-oriented business has raised concerns because libraries have long been considered democratic bodies built on the cornerstone of information diversity, transparency and intellectual freedom
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