Michelle Chen is a contributing writer at In These Times and The Nation, a contributing editor at Dissent and a co-producer of the Belabored” podcast. She studies history at the CUNY Graduate Center. She tweets at @meeshellchen.

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Court Okays Labor Department Rule: Guestworkers Must Earn Prevailing Wages
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Workers Can ‘Don and Doff’ Off the Clock, Says Court
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Who’s Really To Blame for Unemployment?
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A House Is Not a Home Without Rights for Care Workers
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Coal Spill Puts Spotlight on Colombia’s Labor and Environmental Struggles
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Capitalists for a Higher Minimum Wage
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New York’s All-Day Pre-K Plan: Good News for Teachers?
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Despite Violence, Cambodian Workers Vow To Continue Their Fight
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Dignitary’s Maid Reveals Indignities of Domestic Work
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Angry Workers Swarm Seoul’s Streets, Demand President Resign
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The U.S. Government Uses Sweatshops, Too
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Advice for Young Women: Get a Union Job
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National Paid Family Leave May Finally Be on the Horizon
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Teachers Seek to ‘Reclaim’ Education
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Sex Workers in France Resist Attacks on Their Liberty
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‘From Bean to Cup,’ Starbucks Labor Action Heats Up
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Wait for Medical Relief Drags on for Last of Ground Zero Victims
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A New Day, A New Danger: Temporary Workers Face Safety Hazards at Work
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Qatar’s World Cup Spectacle Brought to You by Slavery
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From U.S. to Philippines, Nurses Mobilize in Typhoon Haiyan’s Wake
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Instructors Often Pressured to Censor Themselves, Says Professor Scolded for ‘Tea Party’ Email
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How Sandy Clean-Up Brought Day Laborers Out of the Shadows
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Exploitation Remains the Name of the Game at Dell’s Chinese Factories
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A Halloween Nightmare in Juárez
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Minimum-Wage Hike Won’t Appease Bangladeshi Workers
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Guitar Center Workers Rock the Shop Floor
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Educators Wary of Tech Fixes for College Affordability Crisis
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Migrant Women Bring Voices to Capital
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When Federal Contracts Turn Into Corporate Welfare
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Wage Wars: Bangladeshi Workers Reach a Boiling Point
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New York City Immigrants Test a New Economic “Bridge”
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Ban Ki-Moon Accused of Union-Busting at UN
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Mexico City Erupts Over Neoliberal Education Bill
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Carwash Workers and Capitol Hill: Immigration in Limbo
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Bullet-proof Jobs: Summer Employment May Help Stem Youth Violence
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Carnivals Are No Picnic for Migrant Workers
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Unions Under Siege in Guatemala
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No Room of Their Own for New Yorkers in Need
Privatization threatens New York's public housing system.
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Caring for Workers Who Care for Our Loved Ones
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More Bad Apple: Watchdog Exposes New Chinese Factory Abuses
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No Papers, No Fear
The 'Dream 9' represent a radical strand of the immigration movement that's fed up with compromise.
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Farmworkers Face Silent Spring in the Fields
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‘Bargain’ on Immigration Would Feed Prison Profits
The private prison industry stands to gain millions from the Senate's reform plan.
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Your ‘Distressed’ Jeans Are Wearing Out Workers’ Lungs
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What India’s Sex Workers Want: Power, Not Rescue
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Disaster Unpreparedness: Wildfire Tragedy Sheds Light on Dangerous Budget Gaps
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Boss-napped: What We Can Learn From China’s Labor Banditry
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From Dhaka to Broadway, Protests Target Bangladesh Factory Death Traps
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