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Dorothy Sue Cobble’s new book traces the global history of U.S. feminism in the 20th century and profiles the women who shaped its egalitarian politics.

A new report co-authored by SMLR's Center for Innovation in Worker Organization finds the average wage theft rate more than doubled following Florida’s minimum wage increase in 2005 from $5.15 to $6.15 per hour.

SMLR experts discuss the continuing struggle for racial justice in the workplace.

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