Workers and activists implore Governor Greg Abbott to consider the dire need for protections in the record-breaking heat.
A decades-long fight for high art is also a fight for organized labor in the state’s second-largest city.
Across four generations, one family of photographers has captured the history of Texas workers.
Labor organizers in the state are fighting to ensure workers are skilled tradespeople—not just exploited temps.
Two federal filings claim workers were not paid at all or were shorted on overtime pay and that a worker was provided with fake OSHA certificates while building the Travis County facility.
Cities are filing lawsuits to claw back first responders’ hard-won workers’ compensation.
“High-speed reliable broadband is a social justice issue, it’s a climate justice issue, and it’s an economic justice issue because of the workers it takes to do it.”
The win for worker advocates came unexpectedly—and may not last long.
As a Latina immigrant, Montserrat Garibay broke barriers in the Texas labor movement. Now she enters the national stage.
As COVID-19 devastates workers unable to stay home, families are left struggling for justice.