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Latina Textile Worker at Sewing Workshop

May 1 is referred to as May Day, International Workers’ Day, or simply Worker’s Day. It’s a day for working-class people to celebrate their achievements and reflect on how much progress has been made for everyday workers. However, it’s also a reminder of how much further U.S. workers still have to go regarding workers’ rights and overall quality of life.

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Investing with Purpose: How to Align Your Money with Your Social Views

Years of social turmoil have created a heightened awareness of deep systemic injustices that exist globally. At a time when so many people are asking themselves what they can do to improve any of it, they have found that in the battle against capitalistic greed, their wallet is one of the most powerful weapons they have.

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