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Acronym or short name: MoJo
Named after an Irish-American trade union activist and opponent of child labor.
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These Foreign Workers Say They Were Told to Pick Blueberries Unless They Were on Their “Death Bed”Kanyakrit Vongkiatkajorn
February 1, 2018
A lawsuit alleges that a Washington berry giant used “a pattern of threats and intimidation” to manage its guest workers.
Immigrants Fighting Off Deportation Just Got a Huge Boost in These 11 Cities and CountiesKanyakrit Vongkiatkajorn
November 11, 2017
A new initiative wants to make free legal counsel available to all.
New York Becomes First City to Guarantee Lawyers to Tenants Facing EvictionAshley Dejean
August 11, 2017
Low-income New Yorkers will soon have legal protection against their landlords.
This Salvadoran Mother of 3 Survived Years of Abuse—Only to End Up Trapped in a Uniquely American NightmareMadison Pauly
July 28, 2017
Veronica Zepeda was deported twice, even though she was scared to go home. Then she was locked in immigration detention with no hope of getting asylum.
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