What Do Black Immigrant Domestic Workers in the Time of Covid-19 Teach Us About Building a Resilient Care Infrastructure?
Black immigrant domestic workers are at the epicenter of three converging storms—the pandemic, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism.
Black Domestic Workers Continue the Call for Standards in the Care Industry
The story of the city’s revival will be a mythical fable if it is not grounded in uplifting long-term Detroiters and their neighborhoods, in addition to the newcomers the city is attracting.
Thank you for helping us spread the word about the new IPS report “I Dream Detroit: The Voice and Vision of Women of Color on Detroit’s Future.”
Now is the time to speak out. From affordable housing to child care, we want to hear your thoughts on how to make Detroit better for all of us.
IPS’ new project explores how the economic security of women and families should influence Detroit’s economic development plans
Women of color in the restaurant industry find themselves dependent on tips to make up for low wages, which is often not enough to survive on
Black Women Labor Leaders Call for an End to Violence Against Black Youth and Those Who Stand Up for Them
“The crosshairs trained on our children are now turned on us when we stand up to call out injustice in our criminal justice system.”
On Black Women’s Pay Equity Day, experts weigh in on stemming the tide of income inequality for African-American women.
Rapprochement with Bolivia would signal to Latin America’s many skeptics that the Obama administration intends to forge a more constructive U.S. policy in the region.