Class

REPORT: An Economics-Only Approach to Achieving Justice Will Leave Women of Color Behind

“Racism and sexism, like many other forms of discrimination, have been baked into our social and economic systems and will not simply fall away as a fairer economy emerges,” says a new report.

A New Labor Issue: Control Over Time

In a new sociological study of four medical-health professions, Naomi Gerstel and Dan Clawson explore how control over time in employment scheduling impacts workers.

'Las Marthas' Will Make You Think Twice about the Border, Latinas and Class

The documentary, which debuts on PBS on February 17, follows Latina debutantes along the Texas-Mexico border who identify with George and Martha Washington