+ All Income Inequality Essays:
- Markets and Society
- Women’s Inequalities in the Workplace
- Frequency Distributions and Sampling
- Pepsi and Coca-Cola's Horizontal and Vertical Income Statement
- A Discourse on Inequality
- Balance Sheet and Income Statement Commentary
- 1980s: Household Income in the United States and Americans
- The Racial Inequality of Blacks and Asians in America
- Using the Data and Your Economic Knowledge, Assess the View That a Reduction in Income Tax Is the Best Way to Improve the Performance of the Uk Economy in Both the Short Run and Long Run.
- Effect of Gender Inequality on Economic Status
- Gender Inequality Affects the Health of Women
- Essay on Equality and Inequality in Their Eyes Were Watching God
- Has Work Become More Insecure and Unequal in Canada?
- Understanding Social Inequality
- Inequalities as Portrayed in the Media: a Gender Analysis
- An Article Review of 'Wealth Transmission and Inequality among Hunter-Gatherers'
- Relationship between Inequality and Financial Crisis
- The Impact of the Remittances in Latin America
- Economic Inequality in American Society
- The Impact of Criminal Sanctions on Racial Ethnic and Socioeconomic Inequality: An Analysis
- Gender Inequality in Hollywood
- The Societal Influences on the Educational Impact of Students
- American Inequality
- Urban Inequality
- Discuss The Nature Of, And Explanations For, Gender Inequalities In Society.
- Discuss and Provide Solutions on Inflation, Unemployment, Distribution of Income and Balance of Payments in the S.A. Context
- Wage Inequality Hurts the Whole Family
- Ethnicity Creates Inequality in the Labor Market
- Managerial Economics National Income
- Ways in Which Zimbabwe Has Tried to Address Gender Inequalities.
- Why Race and Gender Inequality Still Exist
- Examine the Argument That Social Identities Are Often Characterised by Inequality Based on Your Reading of Material in ‘Connected Lives’ and the Article the Act.
- Gender Inequality at the Workplace
- Analysis of Relationship Between Modes of Production and Gender Inequality
- Inequalities in Health
- Gender and Gender Inequality
- Analysis on Rebeca Keegan's Article on Racial Inequality in Media
- Understanding Social Factors in Health
- Women’s Inequality in the 20th Century
- Two Variable Inequalities
- Education and Income as Primary Factors of Disparitites
- Variable Cost and Net Operating Income
- Inequality of Women During 1840 to 1968
- Ethnic Inequality in Health Care
- Inequalities Of Health In Britain Today
- The Inequality Difference Between Females and Males Should Be Erradicated
- Use of Accelerated Depreciation Methods Allows Shifting of Income
- The Benefits and Drawbacks of Globalization
- Importance of income elasticity to firms
- Consequences of Inequality and the Ways in Which are Reproduced
- Gender inequality in Iran
- The Price of Inequality by Joseph E. Stiglitz
- Why Is Institutional Racism so Important to Our Understanding of Racial Inequalities in Britain Today?
- How Macroeconomic Issues Affect the Housing Industry
- Problems of Gender Inequality for Women in India and Other Countries
- Migration, Remittances, Inequality and Poverty the Philippines
- The Relationship between the Repo Rate, Disposable Income, Inflation and In Turn Economic Growth in South Africa
- How Has the Current Recession Affected Demand for Overseas Travel for Different Consumer Groups, Based on the Income Elasticity of Demand?
- wealth inequality in america
- Gender and Inequality in Australia
- Single Tier Company Income Tax System
- Inequality in Australia
- Read Savage Inequalities by Jonathan Kozol
- Outline the Inequality Problems That Persist in Terms of Pay for Men and Women.
- Sociology Inequalities in Health and Illness
- Income Statements
- Gender Inequalities in Malawi
- Income Smoothing
- Gender Inequalities in the Roman Catholic Religion
- Socioeconomic Factors and the Health of Individuals
- Discuss Whether the Most Effective Way to Have Income and Wealth Equality Is to Tax Income More Progressively.
- Factors of Social Inequality
- Modernization of NTUC Income
- Residual Online Income and HubPages
- Social Problems Perpetuated
- Movements for Social Change in an Integrated Global Economy
- Sexual Inequality in the Workforce
- Inequality in the Justice System
- Wilkinson & Pickett's 'Spirit Level Book'
by Annette Bernhardt
The Miriam-Webster dictionary defines a protest as “an event at which people gather together to show strong disapproval about something.” Sociologists would add that protests are attempts by the powerless to wield political power. But I’ve learned they are much more than that. In 2008 I picked up a camera and began to document what turned out to be a wave of new forms of protest: first Occupy, then the immigrant rights marches, then the fast food strikes, and most recently BlackLivesMatter. What I’ve come to understand is that protests are above all a profound expression of hope. Sometimes it’s a fierce hope, or a joyful hope, or a hope that is struggling to emerge from deep pain. But the act of protest is first and foremost a belief that change is possible. And that’s what I see in the faces of the people I march with.
New York City 2013: One of the first fast food strikes in the country, at McDonald’s in the Bronx.
New York City 2013: Strikers in large downtown march the next day.
Oakland 2014: Start of Fight for $15 march in Fruitvale.
Oakland 2014: March arrives at McDonald’s and takes over the store.
Oakland 2014: Fast food worker after leaving her station behind the counter and joining the protesters in the store.
Annette Bernhardt is a visiting professor of sociology at UC Berkeley, as well as a visiting researcher at Berkeley’s Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. Previously she was policy co-director of the National Employment Law Project, where she coordinated policy analysis and research support for campaigns around living wage jobs, enforcement of workers’ rights, and accountable development. A leading scholar of low-wage work, Bernhardt has helped develop and analyze innovative policy responses to economic restructuring in the United States. She has also been a leader in collaborating with immigrant worker centers and unions to develop innovative models of community-based research. Her current research tracking the low-wage recovery and growing inequality has received widespread media coverage. Bernhardt’s most recent book is The Gloves-Off Economy: Workplace Standards at the Bottom of America’s Labor Market, which she co-edited. Previous books include Low-Wage America: How Employers Are Reshaping Opportunity in the Workplace and Divergent Paths: Economic Mobility in the New American Labor Market. She has also published widely in journals such as the American Journal of Sociology, the American Sociological Review and the Journal of Labor Economics, among others.