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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Workplace Toxics Reveal the Beauty Industry’s Ugly Side
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Working Women’s Bodies Besieged by Environmental Injustice
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Israel’s Anti-migrant Violence Fueled by Racial and Economic Segregation
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Unwelcome Guests: Work Visa Programs Cheat Global Labor, Build Global Capital
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Nurses, Patients Voice Frustration Over Avoidable Hospital Staffing Crisis
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Terror in the Fields: Migrant Women Face Sexual Violence on the Job
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Facing Common Struggles, Domestic Workers Mobilize Across Borders
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Shame of the Nation: House VAWA Bill Ratchets Up Attacks on Domestic Violence Survivors
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Child Labor and Agribusiness Churn Washington’s Food Fight
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U.N. Strike Shows Convergence of Labor and Middle East Politics
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Beyond May Day, Frustrated Immigrant Movement Forges Ahead
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Freeing the University: Education Occupation on May Day
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Depression Symptoms: What’s Behind Europe’s Spike in Suicides
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Labor Action and Inaction in Colombia Free Trade Deal
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Romney-Rosen Firestorm Is Reminder: We Need to Redefine Gender Justice
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Apple’s Two Faces: Power Gaps Between Brazil and China Foxconn Workers
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The Boss Man Cometh: Through State Tax Breaks, Employers Pilfer Workers’ Earnings
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Participatory Budgeting Lets New Yorkers Experiment With Economic Democracy
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Free Agents: Will Micro-Labor Shrink Workplace Rights?
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Unrest in Indonesia’s Mines: Local Chaos and Global Injustice
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Citing ‘Tradition,’ Big Ag Fights Reforms for Child Farmworkers
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State Dept. Confirms Criticism of Student Guestworker Program: It’s About Work, not Culture
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As Helping Hands for Elders, Home Care Workers Push for Respect
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Even With Daisey’s Lies Peeled Away, Apple’s Rotten Core Exposed
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Makers, Takers and $2-a-dayers
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Labor Campaign Calls on Olympic Brand Companies to Play Fair
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Blacklisted as ‘Troublemakers,’ U.K. Construction Workers Struggle for Justice
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Student Labor Scandal Illuminates the Gray Market for Guestworkers
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In All-India General Strike, Workers Go All Out Against Neoliberalism
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While Schools Sink, NYC Teachers Get Slammed in Shame Game
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Workers Hold Key to Reigniting Egypt’s Revolution
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In Growing Labor Struggle, Jazz Artists Harmonize Music and Justice
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Banana Republic Legacy Thrives in Today’s Latin America
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On Hostile Ground, America’s Guestworkers Seek Justice
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Migrants Struggle in the Shadows of Asia’s Rising Tide of Inequality
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Children of Immigrants Targeted by Tax Warfare in Congress
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In Year of Uprisings, Reporters Brave Crackdowns from Wall St. to Tahrir Square
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Facing Maternity Care Gaps, Midwives Push for Birthing Justice
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Amid ‘Turnaround Agenda,’ Teachers, Communities Overshadowed by Corporate Reforms
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The Right to Be Healthy: Supreme Court Weighs Sick Leave for State Workers
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After Tragedy, Apple Tries to Polish Image on Workers’ Rights
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Amid Fuel Price Crisis, Nigeria Goes on Strike
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Struggle for Immigrants’ Rights Highlights Split Within Organized Labor
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Despite New Rule on Livestock Antibiotics, Infection Risks Still Plague Workers, Communities
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Will Peasants and Migrant Workers Forge China’s New Political Vanguard?
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Nepal’s Migrants Lured By Empty Promises, Trapped by Bosses Abroad
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Oil Workers Rise Up in Kazakhstan, Face Brutal Crackdown
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With Anti-Immigrant Law, Alabama is Again Ground Zero for Civil Rights
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