As is clear from the immense harm corporations continue to cause to communities of color, a racial equity audit is just the first step of many to hold these companies accountable.
“From warehouses to board rooms, from the Deep South to Silicon Valley, we face discrimination in hiring, promotions, treatment, and pay.”
There are better ways to close the racial wealth gap while giving a leg up to Americans of every color.
We asked nine leading Black labor organizers and policy advocates how to advance racial equity in the COVID recovery — and beyond. Here are their responses.
While workers are continuing to struggle under COVID, corporate lobbyists are converging on Capitol Hill to block proposed pro-labor reforms.
Rep. Cori Bush delivered a win for millions of renters, but inequalities that make Black women particularly vulnerable to evictions continue.
The pandemic hit Black entrepreneurs especially hard. To recover, we need to treat the pre-existing conditions.
Black and Latinx households have less to fall back on when the times get tough.
This Black History Month, hard data reveal how the pandemic has widened racial divides.
A leading Black worker advocate calls on policymakers to understand that what benefits Black workers benefits us all.
By working towards creating ‘land without landlords,’ this East Bay cooperative is helping communities build pathways to collective property ownership and community wealth.
Dr. King called moderation the “great stumbling block in the stride toward freedom.” Biden should heed that warning today.
A new data visualization series illustrates how the pandemic and flawed policy responses have widened long-standing economic, racial, and gender divides.
We’re working to build the leadership and strategists that a diverse labor and worker movement demands today.
Many companies are tweeting about their commitment to racial equity, but not practicing it in their own staffing.