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Rebekah Entralgo

Rebekah Entralgo

Rebekah Entralgo is the Managing Editor of Inequality.org.

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A Farmworker Speaks Truth to Power in Washington

Labor Secretary Marty Walsh got an earful from essential workers before inducting them into the agency's Hall of Honor.

Sarah Anderson ·


Want to End the Teacher Shortage? Start Valuing Education

Too many lawmakers are happy to dole out subsidies for the rich and corporations while resisting pay increases for educators.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Pressure Builds on Biden to Cancel Student Loan Debt

Executive action to cancel $50,000 in student loan debt would increase Black wealth by 40 percent.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Inside the Campaign to Abolish Poverty Wages in 25 States by 2026

"This is the only future for the service sector and the economy overall: wages must go up or there will be no future."

Rebekah Entralgo ·


After Six Amazon Employees Were Killed, Workers Are Demanding Safer Working Conditions

"Amazon was supposed to keep them safe. They didn't do that. How does a company worth over $1 trillion let this happen?"

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Democrats May Deliver Some Temporary Relief for Immigrants—But Fight Must Continue

Whatever the outcome of the budget fight, immigrant rights advocates will continue to pressure elected officials to make good on their campaign promises for a pathway to citizenship.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Inequality Is Holding Back the Economy, Not Unemployment

Ending enhanced unemployment benefits didn’t get people back to work. It just made them poorer.

Rebekah Entralgo ·


Black Labor Leaders and Worker Advocates Reflect on This Pandemic and What Comes Next

"This moment is key for us to rebuild the kind of world we need in order to thrive," says Allison Julian of the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

Sarah Anderson ·

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