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Virus Job Losses Hit Young, Minorities First

On Friday, April 3, 2020,  the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics’ March job report showed that minority populations and some of the labor market’s youngest workers have been hit hardest by the initial wave of job losses during the pandemic. …

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“The Work of Several Lifetimes,” September 19 through November 17, 2019

This exhibition in the Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus of new work created over the past year by recent Hodder Fellow Mario Moore includes etchings, drawings, and large-scale paintings of Black men and women who…

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Recruited then deported in Mississippi; Facebook August 15, 2019.

Angela Stuesse, University of North Carolina professor and migrant laborer organizer and Dany Vargas, who was arrested in Mississippi and nearly deported when she spoke out about her brother and her father’s deportation in 2017 speak with Embrace Race founders…

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Black Women Public Service Workers and the Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court Case

On February 26th, 2018, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME, a case that could profoundly affect the ability of public-sector workers to improve their wages and working conditions.  Celine McNicholas and Janelle Jones of…

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