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The Urban Institute says more than half of Black, Latinx and Native American workers have jobs that put them at a greater risk.
Corporate boards serve an advisory roles and make key decisions about the direction of a business.
Davis wants Bon Appétit to be the top destination for recipes, but also a place to gather and discuss the links between culture and food.
"All the pandemic has done is shine a horrifyingly clear spotlight on every inequality in our community. And my community is the book community."
Independent bookseller Hannah Oliver Depp is struggling with suppliers in her mission to tell the stories of struggling people.
Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project, said investing in the EEOC could help make the economy more inclusive.
Social Security, Medicare prove key to helping two older women in San Francisco remain financially stable.
Janelle Jones is "super hopeful" about Black women's influence in the next U.S. government, but worried about the disinvestment that may come with austerity.
Before the pandemic, Black trans workers faced the most economic challenges of any group in the U.S.
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal spoke with Arturo Sneider, the CEO of Primestor, an LA-based real estate company that works in mostly underserved areas.