Our trade agreements must be rewritten to be mutually beneficial for all countries involved. NAFTA resulted in a loss of American jobs and stagnated or reduced wages. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) – the reformed NAFTA – offers some improvements, such as raising wages in Mexico, but keeps US wages stagnant. Moving from a free trade deal to fair trade deal will include raising the minimum wage to a living wage, increasing environmental protections, improving the standard of working and living conditions, and protecting workers’ right to unionize both here and in trade partner nations.