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The Build Back Better Act would dramatically help working people and families. Now, the passage of this once-in-a-lifetime framework is in the hands of a few legislators who are beholden to corporations and the ultrarich.
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Daniella Zessoules
Shruti Banerjee
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Taifa Smith Butler and Heather McGhee on A Woman's Worth Banner
A commitment to paying Black women what we’re worth isn’t just about money. It’s about making sure we—and our communities—have a seat at the table.
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Taifa Smith Butler
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Collage image containing images of the U.S. Capitol Building, chart bars and waves, Multi-racial fists raised, and Career woman walking
Our new Economic Democracy agenda is about building economic power and liberation for Black and brown people in the United States.
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Lebaron Sims
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Georgia State Capitol Building
Corporate America took a stand for equality and democracy against the state of Georgia. Yet, the unbalanced economic system they’re part of creates an opportunity to reassess corporate power in our society.
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Amy Traub
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Black warehouse worker wearing mask operating forklift
The hardships faced by Amazon’s warehouse employees are well known and now Black workers in Alabama are organizing, challenging power, and leading the efforts to become unionized.
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Amy Traub
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Illustration of mix race people of different occupations standing together
The response to the COVID-19 crisis must include investments in public goods and health infrastructure, breaking up concentrated economic power, and equitable access for Black and brown communities.
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K. Sabeel Rahman
Executive actions the new administration can take to deliver economic relief and protect workers and families.
Policy Briefs
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Amazon Prime Delivery Van  withDoor Open on City Street
Amazon has cashed in on the COVID economy, enjoying surging sales and a soaring stock price.
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Amy Traub
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Black worker putting on mask with people waiting in the background
We're all seeing systematic efforts to shift the economic and health risks of the pandemic from governments and employers and onto the backs of disproportionately Black and brown workers.
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Amy Traub
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Black delivery driver with a mask on his face delivering groceries
A unique set of injustices confront workers still heading off to a job every day in the midst of a pandemic.
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Amy Traub