New York Times: America’s Retirement Race Gap, and Ideas for Closing It
Urban Institute: Youth Apprenticeship Can Help Reduce Long-Term Harms from Recession
Urban Institute: What Would It Take to Create the Child Welfare System Families Say They Need?
CNBC: More than 1 in 3 Black women are on the front lines of the pandemic, but they aren’t even close to equal pay
NPR: How the Pandemic Is Making The Gender Pay Gap Worse
New York Times: How Queer Women Powered the Suffrage Movement
Forbes: When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us The Way
New York Times: Black Homeowners Face Discrimination in Appraisals
Cincinnati.com: COVID-19 State offers a license to child care providers for school-age distance learners
NPR: As Nation Reckons With Race, Poll Finds White Americans Least Engaged
Washington Post: Residential Segregation Plays a Role in Coronavirus Disparities, Study Finds
The 19th: America's First Female Recession
WCPO: Groundwork Ohio: Childcare Providers Need $50B to Survive Next Six Months
Nonprofit Quarterly: A Most Dangerous Intersection: Revisiting Race and Class in 2020
Washington Post: New Data Finds Black and Hispanic Americans More Likely to Take Precautions Against Coronavirus
The Hill: Major Unions Push for Paid Leave in COVID-19 Bill
New York Times: Why Black Workers Will Hurt the Most if Congress Doesn't Extend Jobless Benefits
Wall Street Journal: COVID-19 Hastens the Work-at-Home Revolution
Roosevelt Institute: A True New Deal for the COVID-19 Era
Washington Post: Grocery Workers Say Morale is at an All-Time Low: "They Don't Even Treat Us Like Humans Anymore"
Cincinnati Enquirer: NKY Church to Offer Sanctuary for Teachers' Kids as Schools Prepare to Reopen Amid Pandemic
New York Times: Are Racial Attitudes Really Changing? Some Black Activists are Skeptical
New York Times: Why Are Child Care Programs Open When Schools Are Not?
Bloomberg: How U.S. Poverty Could Spike in the Last Half of the Year
Washington Post: Ten Bucks Left, No Place to Go: How the Pandemic and a Broken Unemployment System are Upending People's Lives
Washington Post: Shirley Chisholm Blazed the Way for Every Black Woman Biden is Considering for VP
New York Times Magazine: Returning From War, Returning to Racism
New York Times: 100 Years Later, These Activists Continue Their Ancestors' Work
Cincinnati Business Courier: Federal Reserve Study Examines Ohio and Neighboring States' Job Losses
Urban Institute: 2020 Poverty Projections: Accessing Three Pandemic-Aid Policies
Urban Institute: To Significantly Increase Access to Capital for Communities of Color, We Need to Support Black Banks and All CDFIs
Urban Institute: Moving to a 70 Percent Income Replacement for Unemployment Insurance Benefits Will Disproportionately Hurt Low-Income Renters
The Lily: An 'Eviction Apocalypse' is Coming, Experts Warn. Black Women Will Bear the Brunt.
Columbus Dispatch: Blacks, Latinos and the Poor Less Likely to Get $1,200 Coronavirus Stimulus Check, New Report Says
New York Times: 7 Inequities: A Weeklong Look at the Biases Women Face
Vox: America's Child Care Problem is an Economic Problem
Refinery 29: Black Domestic Workers Are Fearing for Their Lives. Organizing Has Changed Mine.
Washington Post: A COVID-19 Vaccine Can Ensure Better Outcomes for Communities of Color. Let's Work to Earn Their Trust.
Cincinnati Business Courier: How This Nonprofit Aims to Boost Diversity in Cincinnati's Business Community
CBS News: It's Been a Record 11 Years Since the Last Increase in U.S. Minimum Wage
Wall Street Journal: Is $600 a Week in Extra Unemployment Aid Deterring People from Seeking Work?
Cincinnati Enquirer: Child Care Challenges Mount as Black-to-School Plans Include Remote Learning
WVXU: CMHA Offering Bonuses to Property Owners Who Accept Vouchers
WVXU: Hamilton County Using CARES Act Funds to Assist Renters
Washington Post: A Federal Eviction Moratorium Ends This Week, Putting 12 Million Tenants at Risk
Wall Street Journal: Women's Job Losses from Pandemic Aren't Good for Economic Recovery
Washington Post: Study Finds Black and Latino Students Face Significant 'Funding Gap'
New York Times: About 30 Million Workers are Collecting Unemployment Benefits
Washington Post: The Child-Care Crisis Punishes Women in Health Care. Without Schools, They'll Quit.
Brookings: How Does Gender Equality Affect Women in Retirement?
Urban Institute: Four Ways to Keep Renters from Falling Off the Eviction Cliff
New York Times: Why We Still Don't Know Enough About COVID-19 and Pregnancy
Refinery 29: Coronavirus Has Finally Put a Spotlight on America's Childcare Crisis. What Happens Now?
Refinery 29: There's No Money in Working Anymore
Pew Research: A Century After Women Gained the Right to Vote, Majority of Americans See Work To Do on Gender Equality
Bloomberg Law: Without Child Care, Back-to-Work Parents Have Few Legal Options
New York Times: The Jobs We Need
New York Times: Women Ask Themselves, 'How Can I Do This for One More Day?'
Fortune: To Beat COVID-19, Working Families Need a National Paid Leave Program
Ohio Capital Journal: More than 500,000 Ohioans Couldn't Pay Rent Last Month, Census Survey Estimates
New York Times: 7 Inequities: A Weeklong Look at the Biases Women Face
CNN: Women, Young People and Low Earners Are Getting Hurt Most by Jobs Crisis
Washington Post: The Big Factor Holding Back the U.S. Economic Recovery: Child Care
Washington Post: COVID-19 Causes Challenges for Years-in-the-Making Study on Babies and Poverty
CNBC: How Coronavirus Could Do Real, Long-Term Damage to Women's Careers.
Fortune: In April, 6% of Parents Expected to Quit Their Jobs Because of COVID-19. Now That's up to 27%.
New York Times: Big New Obstacle for Economic Recovery: Child Care Crisis
The Hill: Virginia Becomes First State to Issue Work Safety Standards for Coronavirus
ABC News: Asheville City Council Approves Reparations Plan as Providence Explores Idea
Cincinnati Enquirer: 'Double-Whammy:' More Than Half of Black Workers in Ohio Have Lost Income Because of the Coronavirus
Pew Research Center: Many Black and Asian Americans Say They Have Experienced Discrimination Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak
New York Times: America's Enduring Caste System
Newsweek: New Study Shows That Asking for Salary HIstory Perpetuates Systemic Racism
Wall Street Journal: The Disparate Racial Impact of Requiring a College Degree
Washington Post: The Pandemic Didn't Create Working Moms' Struggle. But It Made It Impossible to Ignore.
Brookings: Working Parents Are Key to COVID-19 Recovery
Urban Institute: Racial Inequities Will Grow Unless we Consciously Work to Eliminate Them
Urban Institute: The COVID-19 Crisis Continues to Have Uneven Economic Impact by Race and Ethnicity
Economist: Segregation Still Blights the Lives of African Americans
Cincinnati Business Courier: Chamber Throws Its Weight Behind Movement to Combat Racism
Fortune: Netflix will Move $100 Million Into Black-Owned Banks
New York Times: Banks Should Face History and Pay Reparations
Washington Post: These Numbers Show That Black and White People Live in Two Different Americas
Refinery 29: "We Can't Build Anti-Racism on Top of Racism": A Q&A with Layla F. Saad
Brookings: Black Essential Workers' LIves Matter. They Deserve Real Change, Not Just Lip Service.
Cincinnati Business Courier: What Black-Owned Businesses Need From Cincinnati
New York Times: What is Owed: If true justice and equality are ever to be achieved in the United States, the country must finally take seriously what it owes Black Americans
New York Times: Why Do We Pay So Many People So Little Money?
WCPO: Parents Ponder Childcare Options After CPS Announces Blended Back-to-School Plan
Forbes: Five Big Ideas to Narrow the Racial Wealth Gap
Cincinnati Enquirer: Can a City Tackle Racism as a Public Health Crisis? Look at Milwaukee, Which Did It First
Washington Post: Almost One-Third of Black Americans Know Someone Who Died of COVID-19, Survey Shows
WCPO: Despite Unemployment, Some Employers Struggling to Get Employees Back in Workforce
New York Times: The Black-White Wage Gap Is as Big as It Was in 1950
Spotlight on Poverty & Opportunity: Poorest Americans Have the Most Difficulty Accessing Stimulus Checks
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: Number of People in Families with Below-Poverty Earnings Has Soared, Especially Among Black and Latino Individuals
Politico: Environmental Justice in the Spotlight
Columbus Dispatch: Witnesses Ask for More Than Symbolism in Ohio Senate Hearing on Racism as Public Health Crisis
CNBC: 63 Percent of Families are Uncomfortable Sending Their Children Back to Day Care
Politico: A Lack of Child Care is Keeping Women on Unemployment Rolls
Wall Street Journal: Study Finds Salary-History Bans Boost Pay for African Americans, Women
Columbus Dispatch: Coronavirus Compounds Challenges Faced By Ohio's Poor
HuffPost: Why Health Care Workers Don't Have Paid Sick Days During the Pandemic
Fortune: The 2.5 Million Jobs the Economy Gained in May Went to Almost Everyone Except Black Women
The Atlantic: The Black Women Who Paved the Way for This Moment
Brookings: To Add Value to Black Communities, We Must Defund the Police and Prison Systems
Washington Post: Coronavirus Could Widen the Black Wealth Gap
The Atlantic: The Reckoning Will Be Incomplete Without Black Women and Girls
Washington Post: Kids Around the World Are Out of School. Millions of Girls Might Not Go Back.
CityLab: What 'Livability' Looks Like for Black Women
AP News: Parents Hoping to Get Back to Work Face a Child Care Crisis
TIME: Why the Pay Gap for Working Moms Is a Race Issue Too
Washington Post: To Fix Our Cities, We Must Reckon With Our Racist Urban Past
Fortune: On Racial Equity, How Can Companies Show They Mean What They Say?
Brookings: To Protect Frontline Workers During and After COVID-19, We Must Define Who They Are
Washington Post: Depression and Anxiety Spiked Among Black Americans After George Floyd's Death
Fortune: The Economy is Starting to Recover, But It's Leaving Black Women Behind
New York Times: 'Corporate America Has Failed Black America"
TIME: Why Are Black Women and Girls Still an Afterthought in Our Outrage Over Police Violence?
Vox.com: The Unbearable Grief of Black Mothers
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Mass Decarceration, COVID-19 and Justice in America
Center for American Progress: Congress Must Strengthen SNAP to Support Essential Workers During the Coronavirus Crisis
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