Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal
This paper operates as the Introduction to a Symposium that resulted from a Call for Papers discussing the topic of "What Matters for Black Workers after 2020?" to be published in the 25th volume of the Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal for 2021. This paper briefly discusses the papers in that Symposium publication authored by Jamillah Bowman Williams, Michael Duff, and Henry Chambers that address this topic. I thank Noah Zatz, Marty Malin, Michael Oswalt, Marcia McCormick, and Tristan Kirvan for their dedicated efforts, feedback, and encouragement in completing this Symposium issue for the journal on this very important topic of addressing concerns for Black workers. I am also grateful to the Labor Law Group who supported the development and completion of this Symposium issue and asked me to be their Symposium Editor representative.
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Michael Z. Green,
Introduction: What Matters for Black Workers After 2020?,
Emp. Rts. & Emp. Pol'y J.
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