Tag Archives: Worker’s Rights

To Liberate Cambodia

By Robert J. Burrowes A long-standing French protectorate briefly occupied by Japan during World War II, Cambodia became independent in 1953 as the French finally withdrew from Indochina. Under the leadership of Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Cambodia remained officially neutral, including … Continue reading

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Full Text of TPP Released to Public… And It’s Horrible

‘We now have concrete evidence that the Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens our families, our communities, and our environment.’ By Jon Queally Source: Commondreams It’s a disaster for people, the planet, democracy, and the future of the global economy. That was the immediate … Continue reading

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May Day

May Day has a long history of being a culturally significant day for a number of reasons. In ancient Europe it was a time of Pagan festivities celebrating the first day of summer. It’s the day the Illuminati was founded … Continue reading

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Bangladeshi Workers Fight for Living Wage

Last Saturday, Garment Sramik Samannay Parishad, a federation of trade unions in garment sectors, organized a rally of over 50,000 workers to meet their different demands including raising minimum monthly salary to about $100. Bangladesh’s apparel industry, which supplies many … Continue reading

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