Homeless in Trump’s AmericaBy Peter Y. Sussman on
A man who lives at taxpayer expense in luxurious public housing in Washington, D.C. has started a campaign against those who aren’t so lucky. There’s something that repels him about homeless people, and in two appearances in recent months, the president began to clarify what it is.
Private security guards: helpful or harmful?By Helen Hill on
Private security guards are ubiquitous these days. They silently survey the public in stores, on sidewalks, in schools, on campuses,
Domestic Workers and Their Children March for Rights
The Domestic Workers Bill of Rights would affect the 200,000 people who work in California domestic service, who are almost entirely women, and immigrants or people of color. Domestic workers face substandard conditions and low pay, even though many are the sole source of income for their families.