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Rebekah Entralgo

Rebekah Entralgo

Rebekah Entralgo is the Managing Editor of Inequality.org.

Articles by this author

 

Poor People’s Campaign Marches on Washington to ‘Blunt the Political Effects of Wealth Inequality’

West Virginia and Kentucky activists vow to continue pressing Manchin and McConnell on democracy and economic reforms.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


The US Is Failing to Protect Care Workers

"Seeing as we are the ones who are supposed to be taking care of people, why is it that we are the least cared about?"

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Dear Employers: People Don't Want to Work for Starvation Wages

It’s not that people don’t want to work—it's that they don’t want to work for so little.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Support for Essential Labor Has Largely Excluded Migrant Women Farmworkers

How the migrant women farmworkers who put food on our tables are organizing for a better life after the pandemic. 

Rebekah Entralgo ·


'This Fight Is Far From Over': Amazon Union Vote Shows Exactly Why We Need the PRO Act

In the face of intimidation by one of the largest companies in the world, Alabama workers bravely spoke out about the need for greater labor protections.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Care Workers Are Essential But Severely Undervalued

Care workers are more essential than ever, but most don’t get a living wage or even a single sick day. It’s time to fix that.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Biden's American Rescue Plan Is a Huge Victory for Workers

It's one of the largest antipoverty programs ever passed—and will save worker pensions throughout the country.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


The Richest Country in the World Should Guarantee Universal Paid Sick and Family Leave

For workers like my mom, the financial strain caused by a lack of paid leave can be just as stressful as catching COVID-19.

Rebekah Entralgo ·

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