A new Labor Center report finds almost half of families of construction workers in California are enrolled in a safety net program at an annual cost of over $3 billion.
In a new op-ed, CSCCE’s Caitlin McLean explains why child care reform must prioritize increased wages to keep skilled early educators in the field.
New CPL research shows how San Francisco began complying with the California Supreme Court’s In re Humphrey ruling on bail and pretrial reforms.
Public Policy 160AC: Work, Justice, and the Labor Movement, recently awarded the Berkeley Changemaker Curriculum Grant, engages in an overview of the labor movement and its role in social and economic justice! Enrollment by application only.