Workers' rights

Immigrant workers get wages back

Gabe Camacho with Unsung Hero Award

The Chelsea Collaborative named Gabe Camacho the community's "Unsung Hero of the Year" for his dedicated work on the wage recovery effort between 2010-2012.

Two and a half years, 1,000 brave workers’ complaints, and the collaboration of four economic justice organizations add up to a $649,000 settlement for immigrant workers in Massachusetts.

AFSC Testimony Against "Right to Work for Less," Jan. 30, 2013

Arnie Alpert's testimony to the NH House Labor Committee on a bill to turn New Hampshire into a "right to work" state.

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