Posts Tagged ‘Naoki Fujita’

May01

May Day & Retail In NYC: Then & Now

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by Naoki Fujita The Retail Action Project came out in force on May 1, 2012 to celebrate¬†International Workers Day. Union Square, the launching point of the march down Broadway, has a long history of worker activism going back to the 1930s. In March of 1930, a massive march for International Unemployment Day gathered in the […]

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Jan17

RAP & CUNY MURPHY INSTITUTE – “Discounted Jobs: How Retailers Sell Workers Short”

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Download Executive Summary Download Entire Report Retail is one of the fastest growing sectors in the United States and a core part of the New York City economy. A study of 436 frontline retail workers conducted in the fall of 2011 by the Retail Action Project and Stephanie Luce of the City University of New […]

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