“In almost every single state, the first person to be vaccinated was a woman of color,” says the 19th’s economy reporter Chabeli Carrazana.
In this book excerpt, author and investor Kathryn Finney explains why having a personal advisory board is just as important as having a company advisory board.
Employers need understand the many reasons workers have left the jobs on their own or involuntarily, one supervisor says.
“There are going to be lingering scarring effects,” economist Michelle Holder said.
Adella Colvin began her yarn-dyeing business, LolaBean Yarn Co., after noting how few makers of color there were in the industry.
An AARP report shows nearly 70% of those unemployed in June had been out of work for six months or more.
The American Rescue Plan includes a monthly child tax credit, but it's not enough to pay for full-time child care in most states.
California salons are reopening after months of lockdown. But some never closed down completely.
Janet Oganah is the founder of Janet's List, which brings awareness to businesses by women of color in the United Kingdom.