Civil Rights and the Low-Wage Worker

Source: University of Chicago Legal Forum, Volume 2009
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Articles include:

* Noah D. Zatz – The Minimum Wage as a Civil Rights Protection: An Alternative to Antipoverty Arguments?
* David A. Weisbach – Toward a New Approach to Disability Law
* Maria L. Ontiveros – Labor Union Coalition Challenges to Governmental Action: Defending the Civil Rights of Low-Wage Workers
* Michael Selmi – Unions, Education, and the Future of Low-Wage Workers
* Scott L. Cummings, Steven A. Boutcher – Mobilizing Local Government Law for Low-Wage Workers
* Kathleen Kim – The Trafficked Worker as Private Attorney General: A Model for Enforcing the Civil Rights of Undocumented Workers
* Devah Pager, Bruce Western, David Pedulla – Employment Discrimination and the Changing Landscape of Low-Wage Labor Markets
* Leticia M. Saucedo – Three Theories of Discrimination in the Brown Collar Workplace
* Michael A. Stoll – Ex-Offenders, Criminal Background Checks, and the Racial Consequences in the Labor Market
* Ruben J. Garcia- Toward Fundemental Change for the Protection of Low-Wage Workers: The ‘Workers’ Rights are Human Rights’ Debates in the Obama Era
* Benjamin F. Burry – Testing Economic Reality: FLSA and Title VII Protection for Workfare Participants

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