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The COVID-19 Recession Is the Most Unequal in Modern U.S. History

The Washington Post
In many cases, occupational segregation traces back to the end of slavery, when Black women were expected to work but only in the lowest rungs of the service-work ladder says Bucknell Professor Nina Banks, economics, in this story. Also published by The Houston Chronicle and SFGate, among others.

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