Rebekah Entralgo

Rebekah Entralgo is managing editor of Inequality.org. You can follow her on Twitter at @rebekahentralgo.

Temporary Relief for Millions of Essential Immigrant Workers Could Become a Reality

How NYC Taxi Drivers Took on Predatory Lenders and Won

Rediscovering the Power of Unions

The Care Movement Fights Back Against Cuts to Biden’s Historic Home Care Plan

Big Pharma Corporate Lobby vs. Everyday Americans

Advocates Call on Congress to #SealTheDeal for Care, Climate, and Justice

Two Years After the Largest Workplace Raid in U.S. History, a Path Forward for Undocumented Workers

The Eviction Crisis is a Race and Gender Wage Gap Issue

Paving a Pathway to Citizenship Also Means Paving a Pathway to Recovery

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

Pandemic Recovery Must Include Care Worker Protections

If You Want More Workers, Pay a Living Wage

Care Advocates Celebrate Wins in American Families Plan, Now Back to Organizing

An Invisible Essential Labor Force: Migrant Women Farmworkers

Amazon Vote Shows Why We Need the PRO act

A Strong Economy Needs Strong Care Workers

Why the COVID Relief Package is a Big Win for Workers

Paid Sick and Family Leave Can’t Wait