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A few things we’re working on:

Voice your support for a community benefits ordinance in Detroit. Contact the mayor's office and city council members.     Lawsuit proceeds on behalf of hundreds of low wage workers to recover unpaid wages from APlus Painting.     Temporary security guards working special events for Prudential Security sue for get paid for all hours worked.     Michigan's emergency manager law remains under scrutiny by federal court.


Founded upon the principle that economic and social rights are civil rights and human rights, the Sugar Law Center seeks to empower low-income communities, working people and their families.

OUR WORK is multifaceted and includes policy education, advocacy, litigation and technical and resource support to organizers, grass roots organizations, worker committees, concerned individuals and many others working for economic and social justice for all.

For more information on our ongoing initiatives click HERE!

Thank you for stopping by our site.  If there is an issue within your community or at your workplace where we might be able to help, please do not hesitate to CONTACT the Sugar Law Center or our STAFF!

Our Mission

The Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice is a national, nonprofit organization, dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of working people and their communities. Driving Sugar Law’s work is the principle that civil, economic and social rights are inseparable from human rights.


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Upcoming Events & Notices

Later this Spring, the Sugar Law Center and collaborating partners will be hosting a state-wide Community Benefits convening and a Wage Justice townhall. Details coming soon!

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