ALTON DAILY NEWS: Double Standard for Intern Pay?

By Guillermo Creamer|October 25, 2017|In the News|

“If someone is for the ‘Fight for $15′ but doesn’t pay their interns, we see that as someone that’s not truly invested in helping lower-income people,” he said. “If they campaign on raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, but then don’t pay their interns behind peoples’ backs, I would call it phony.” Link:

#NBCLatino20: The Equalizer, Carlos Mark Vera

By Guillermo Creamer|October 9, 2017|In the News|

“If you have rich interns, those rich interns become staffers, and then the decisions will be in the hands of 23-year-old rich kids who are mostly white,” he said. “That has implications for our democracy. We need to have them at the table.” Link: