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    • Black Work Matters (Issue 3, Summer 2020) 

      Undergraduate Labor Institute (2020)
      [Excerpt] W.E.B. Du Bois illustrated the disharmony of being a Black worker well in his essay, “Strivings of the Negro People,” as he writes that they aim to “escape white contempt” while “on the other hand to plough and ...
    • A Green New World: Sustainable Labor in the 21st Century (Issue 2, Fall 2019) 

      Undergraduate Labor Institute (2019)
      [Excerpt] Climate change is undoubtedly the defining crisis of our time, so much so that future scholars may look back and use it to define our very epoch. Given that labor is the source of all value in society, we saw it ...
    • International Labor Movements (Issue 6, Fall 2021) 

      Undergraduate Labor Institute (2021)
    • Revitalizing the Labor Movement (Issue 5, Spring 2021) 

      Undergraduate Labor Institute (2021)
      [Excerpt] Eugene V. Debs stated that “While there is a lower class, I am in it, while there is a criminal element, I am of it, and while there is a soul in prison, I am not free.” This sentiment is reflected in the new ...
    • The Year of the Strike (Issue 1, Spring 2019) 

      Undergraduate Labor Institute (2019-04)
      The founding executive board of the Undergraduate Labor Institute at Cornell University is proud to present the inaugural issue of our research report. This Spring, fourteen undergraduate policy analysts from the School ...