- Chapter One: Legislative Momentum on Work-Life Balance
- Chapter Two: Consumer Protection for Gig Work?
- Chapter Three: The Enforcement Opportunity: From Mass Arbitration to Mass Organizing
- Chapter Four: The Labor and Delivery of Reproductive Justice for Workers: The Post-Dobbs Workforce
- Chapter Five: Policy as a One-Legged Stool: U.S. Actions Against Supply Chain Forced Labor Abuses
“[F]or working’s sakeMAYA ANGELOU, When I Think About Myself, in MAYA ANGELOU: POEMS 26, 26 (1981).
Too proud to bend
Too poor to break,
I laugh until my stomach ache”
“It’s a rich man’s gameDOLLY PARTON, 9 to 5, on 9 TO 5 AND ODD JOBS (RCA Records 1980).
No matter what they call it”
“Institutionalized rejection of difference is an absolute necessity in a profit economy which needs outsiders as surplus people.”AUDRE LORDE, Age, Race, Class, and Sex: Women Redefining Difference, in SISTER OUTSIDER: ESSAYS AND SPEECHES 114, 115 (1984).
“Sí se puede.”Dolores Huerta, Keynote Address at the Annual Convention of the American Public Health Association (Oct. 21, 1974).