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    Marissa Alexander made a decision for herself and her family to accelerate the (un-free) freedom that all who live black in the United States have when we aren't formally caged.

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    Let's highlight the importance of framing and narratives, and the power of including the Global South, in a global day of boycott against multinational corporations.

Ann C Hodges

Ann C Hodges

Ann C. Hodges is professor of law at the University of Richmond, where she teaches and writes in the areas of labor and employment law. Prior to joining the faculty, she practiced labor and employment law in Chicago and worked for the National Labor Relations Board as a field examiner.

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Ann C Hodges

Ann C Hodges

Ann C. Hodges is professor of law at the University of Richmond, where she teaches and writes in the areas of labor and employment law. Prior to joining the faculty, she practiced labor and employment law in Chicago and worked for the National Labor Relations Board as a field examiner.

Other articles by this author

2013 0829-2 thumb

"Horton" Hears a Stampeding Judicial Amendment

By Ann C Hodges and Ellen Dannin, Truthout | News Analysis

2013 0718-2 thumb

Turning the NLRA into "Groundhog Day," the Movie

By Ellen Dannin and Ann Hodges, Truthout | Report

2013 0613-1 thumb

The Dues and Don'ts of Union Dues

By Ann C Hodges and Ellen Dannin, Truthout | News Analysis

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Extra! Extra! Rich Corp Execs Shut Down the NLRB! Then and Now

By Ellen Dannin and Ann C Hodges, Truthout | News Analysis

053013-2 thumb

The Judicial Amendments' 1-2-3-4 Punch to Collective Bargaining

By Ellen Dannin and Ann C Hodges, Truthout | News Analysis

052313-1 thumb

The Supreme Court Empowers Employers to Lock Out Workers

By Ann C Hodges and Ellen Dannin, Truthout | News Analysis

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At an Impasse: Collective Bargaining Under the Judicial Amendments

By Ellen Dannin and Ann C Hodges, Truthout | News Analysis

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A Strike Is a Strike and Only a Strike

By Ann C Hodges and Ellen Dannin, Truthout | News Analysis