And Injustice for All: Workers' Lives in the Reconstruction of New Orleans

And Injustice for All: Workers' Lives in the Reconstruction of New Orleans

Compiled from more than seven hundred interviews, And Injustice for All: Workers' Lives in the Reconstruction of New Orleans (71 pages, PDF) examines the living and working conditions of migrant and displaced workers of color in post-Katrina New Orleans. Published by the Advancement Project, the New Orleans Worker Justice Coalition, and the National Immigration Law Center, the report chronicles systemic, structural racism and recommends ways in which policy makers, advocates, and funders can address the issue.