Today, Donald Trump takes the Oath of Office of the President of the United States. With that historic moment comes both opportunities for and challenges to Oxfam’s fight against global poverty.
Yes, economic anxiety is real. But the workers feeling the pressure most? Women. And women of color most of all.
A “disfiguring” amputation at a Tyson plant in Texas led OSHA to discover the nation’s largest poultry company endangers workers by exposing them unnecessarily to serious hazards.
A new project from Oxfam America and the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) reveals shocking numbers of workers stuck in low-wage jobs with scant benefits.
Why is Oxfam—an international humanitarian and development organization—talking about poultry workers in the US?
Oxfam’s mission is to support the efforts of people around the world who are working to lift themselves out of poverty. This includes people in our own country who are struggling to stay afloat in an increasingly unequal economy.
A little sun came through the clouds on Equal Pay Day this year. Smack in the middle of the most unequal state, the Louisiana State Senate passed new legislation aimed at closing gender pay gap.