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New Labor Forum

Summary
New Labor Forum (, E-) is a national labor journal of debate, analysis and new ideas. New Labor Forum is published by the CUNY Joseph S. Murphy Institute and SAGE Press, three times a year, in January, May, and September. Founded in 1997, the journal provides a place for labor and its allies to consider vital research, debate strategy, and test new ideas. Overview In its over two decades of publication, articles in the journal have covered the full range of challenges that confront workers and working-class communities. On the domestic side, these issues have included:
  • the dramatic growth of low wage service and precarious work
  • the decline of manufacturing
  • corporate domination in U.S. politics
  • the privatization of public education
  • the persistence of black unemployment at double or near double the rate for whites
  • mass incarceration
  • immigration raids and the super exploitation of immigrant workers
  • sexual harassment at work
  • pay inequity
  • LGBTQ workplace discr
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