Sasha Kramer has a degree in environmental studies and has been published by Oakland Institute. She is a winter 2018 In These Times editorial intern.
Abusive Employers Are Threatening to Call Immigration Authorities on Domestic Workers
Nearly one third of house cleaners in the Texas-Mexico border region say their employers have threatened to report them to immigration authorities, according to a report released June 19 by the National Domestic Workers... MORE
Working · June 19, 2018
Reef Madness: The Trump Administration’s Plan To Hand a Coral Ecosystem to the Fishing Industry
In April 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order directing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to produce the review, declaring that America’s network of national monuments is the result of “an... MORE
Rural America · June 12, 2018
For Big Corporations Like Walmart, Wage Theft Penalties Are Just the Price of Doing Business
A scathing new report finds that hundreds of major corporations in the United States are repeat wage-theft offenders—committing the violations and then paying the subsequent fines as part of... MORE
Working · June 8, 2018
Does Post-Human Mean Part-Plant? A Look Inside a Fungal Utopia.
An artist asks what becoming one with nature could look like. MORE
Views · May 24, 2018
These Statistics Show Why Gazans Are Risking Their Lives To Protest Israel
The humanitarian crisis and the current death toll. MORE
Views · May 14, 2018
A West Virginia Candidate Got Kicked out the Capitol for Calling Out Big Oil. She’s Not Sorry.
Lissa Lucas thinks we need politicians who aren’t taking their marching orders from corporations. MORE
Act Locally · March 8, 2018