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Campus Living Wage Project
A collection of interviews and information on campus "living wage" campaigns. Includes interviews with student activists and profiles of past campaigns.
Dane County Living Wage Campaign
Campaign reports and articles about Dane County's cost of living and wages.
Harvard Living Wage Campaign
Campaign to eradicate poverty wages at Harvard University. Includes a comprehensive report on poverty wages at Harvard, with a detailed discussion of the spread low-wage labor on campus, analysis and critique of reforms developed by Harvard, and testimonies of Harvard workers.
The Jus Semper Global Alliance
Long term sustainable development through The Living Wages North and South Initiative (TLWNSI), a corporate social responsibility program for gradual wage equalization.
National network of student groups working to end sweatshops and other labor abuses.
Vermont Livable Wage Campaign
FAQ, analysis of working incomes, organizing and actions, and Information about the economics and politics of raising the state's minimum wage.
NPR : Low-Wage America
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 20 million workers earn less than $9 an hour - not enough to buy the basics in some areas. In a series of special reports, NPR's Noah Adams travels throughout the US to profile the low-income workforce, talking with people about their jobs, their families and their hopes for the future. (January 01, 2004)
'Living wage' Laws Gain Momentum Across US
A new study shows higher incomes from 'living wage' outweigh the cost in job losses. From the Christian Science Monitor. (March 15, 2002)
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