Brookings: Mayors and governors: This is how you tackle racism
Washington Post: The black-white divide is as wide as it was in 1968
WCPO: Millions of dollars available to help renters avoid eviction in Hamilton County
Pew Research: Single mothers hit hard by job losses
Washington Post: Race, ethnicity data to be required with coronavirus tests starting Aug. 1
Economic Policy Institute: Black workers face two of the most lethal pre-existing conditions for coronavirus - racism and economic inequality
Washington Post: Kids could go hungry this summer with school lunch programs in peril
New York Times: Pandemic could scar a generation of working mothers
Washington Post: Protecting property is an abstraction to the growing share of Americans who own nothing
Washington Post: Crowded housing and essential jobs: why so many Latinos are getting coronavirus.
Washington Post: Women 55 and older who lose their jobs in the pandemic face greater risk of long-term unemployment.
NPR: How the crisis is making racial inequality worse.
Washington Post: Number of working black business owners falls 40 percent, far more than other groups amid coronavirus
New York Times: The striking racial divide in how COVID-19 has hit nursing homes.
Washington Post: On the front lines of the pandemic, grocery workers are in the dark about risks.
Washington Post: How the coronavirus pandemic exposed health disparities in communities of color.
Brookings: Essential but undervalued: Millions of health care workers aren't getting the pay or respect they deserve in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bloomberg Law: Paid-leave promise turns 'mirage' for most workers in pandemic.
Forbes: Why racial justice matters in COVID-19 responses.
CNN: Coronavirus is killing more men. But the lockdown is disastrous for women and their rights.
Washington Post: U.S. slow to collect complete data on race, ethnicity in coronavirus cases, civil rights group says.
Washington Post: Security deposits can be a high-cost hurdle to affordable housing.
Washington Post: The pandemic upended child care. It could be devastating for women.
USA Today: Is day care safe during the coronavirus pandemic? It depends. Here are some guidelines.
Ms. Magazine: How salary history bans help close the gender wage gap
Spotlight on Poverty & Opportunity: Left out: Why we must center women of color in the next COVID-19 relief package
Washington Post: With no child care or summer camps, women are being edged out of the workforce.
New York Times: Forget pancakes. Pay mothers.
Giving Compass: Keeping up pressure for gender equality amid COVID-19
Washington Post: Time is running out: Small businesses and households are burning through what's left of their cash
CNBC: Op-ed: Diversity gains tumble as women account for 55% of the 20.5M jobs lost in April
Urban Institute: Latinx unemployment is highest of all racial and ethnic groups for the first time on record
Brookings: Unpredictable and uninsured: The challenging labor market experiences of nontraditional workers
WCPO/Channel 9: Will coronavirus be an "extinction event" for local nonprofits?
Cincinnati Enquirer: Reopening child care centers: Can they survive new post-pandemic rules, costs?
Wall Street Journal: As companies reopen, employees scramble to find child care
New York Times: The pandemic may change how we treat low-income parents
CNN: Our economic recovery depends on policies that benefit women
Vox: The "women's work" of the pandemic
Gallup: Caring for students' wellbeing in a coronavirus world
CNBC: Op-Ed: The smart way to get US employees back to work
Politico: A new study shows just how badly black Americans have been hit by COVID-19
Buzzfeed: The coronavirus is killing people of color at outsized rates. Local lawmakers want the Justice Department to investigate.
Washington Post: Hispanics are almost twice as likely as whites to have lost their jobs amid pandemic, poll finds.
New York Times: Nearly half of men say they do most of the home schooling. Three percent of women agree.
CityBeat: Report: Some of Ohio's essential workers not paid living wage
New York Times: When can child care resume?
Hamilton Project: The COVID-19 crisis has already left too many children hungry in America
New York Times: 'A Terrible Price': The deadly racial disparities of COVID-19 in America
CNBC: Why long-term flexible work options could be a game changer for women
Urban Institute: The COVID-19 pandemic is straining families' abilities to afford basic needs
Pew Research Trusts: Will child care be there when states reopen?
Brookings: Our employment system has failed low-wage workers. How can we rebuild?
Center for American Progress: Coronavirus pandemic could lead to permanent loss of nearly 4.5 million child care slots
New York Times: Job or health? Restarting the economy threatens to worsen economic inequality
The New Yorker: How single mothers are coping with quarantine
NBC News: Coronavirus could hurt women the most
The Economist: Many poor Americans can't afford to isolate themselves
Washington Post: COVID-19 is ravaging one of the country's wealthiest black counties
New York Times: Rolling Through the Pandemic
*Business Insider: Black women are the hardest hit by the coronavirus unemployment crisis, new survey data shows
*New York Times: Black-Owned Businesses Could Face Hurdles in Federal Aid Program
Cincinnati Enquirer: SNAP/EBT benefits can now be used at Kroger pickup in Ohio, Northern Kentucky
NPR: U.S. Must Avoid Building Racial Bias Into COVID-19 Emergency Guidance
New York Times: How Millions of Women Became the Most Essential Workers in America
Washington Post: The Bronx, long a symbol of American poverty, is now New York City’s coronavirus capital
Refinery29: What Can A Post-Pandemic World Look Like For Restaurant Workers?
Brookings: Gender and growth: The constraints that bind (or don’t)
Harvard Business Review: US Unemployment Rising Faster for Women and People of Color
WCPO: Waste removal company pays essential employees back by buying lunch, food for the weekends
Washington Post: A childcare center open for essential workers struggles to survive
Fortune: 14% of women considered quitting their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic