Recently updated on May 30th, 2020 at 02:59 pm
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Sleep is often a luxury for someone trying to hold down 3 jobs. What a thought-provoking story. The Sleep Social Justice theme is starting to grow in popularity as society recognizes the value of sleep in terms of well being and productivity. Can we achieve sleep social justice for America’s working poor and homeless? Recent deaths due to lack of sleep should be an alarm for all of us whether rich or poor. I know that we will be seeing more of these articles as wages remain to stagnate or decline. Workers, especially poor workers have to run faster on the treadmill just to keep up.
The full article is below: