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How coronavirus is reshaping America's job market

All Things Considered

04:33 min | 2 months ago

How coronavirus is reshaping America's job market

"The coded spike rammed through the heart of the economy in December. Evidence came in the form of jobs numbers out today. The U. S lost 140,000 last month, the first decline since the spring. Grim situation for the next president to walk into, and one his team is already thinking about. Cecilia Rouse is President elect Joe Biden's pick to head the Council of Economic Advisors. It's a group she served on before last time was during the Obama administration. The economy. It was in turmoil. Then two in 2000 and eight we had an economic crisis, which is caused by a problem in the financial sector. And this time we have an economic crisis, which is completely caused by a global pandemic and therefore is at the mercy of a public health crisis Now in doing some reading on this, I heard you say that at the time you all were terrified. That's the term you used. How are you entering this now? Right now, What we recognize is that Americans are suffering households. Businesses are suffering. And so what We understand this time is that we need to be providing relief to households. Businesses date local governments to help them get to the other side of the pandemic. That's not the end of the road is it's important that as we do get to the other side that we build an economy that includes all Americans, and therefore is strong because addressing the inequality that's been laid bare by the pandemic. In order to bring back the economy. The pandemic, As you said, has to be controlled S O should there be nationwide actions to shut down the country so that the pandemic can be controlled. I mean, can the economy actually recover without Temporary economic pain. What we do know is that in order for us to have the pandemic under control, people have to stay safe, which hits some sectors harder than others. So there will be some economic pain as we get through this pandemic safely. What we know we need to do is to support households and businesses and those businesses that we know have been disproportionately affected. For example, If we look at the December employment report that was just released this morning in the leisure and hospitality sector, it lost nearly half a million jobs. That was a big blow to workers in an industry. In fact, with the exception of March and April of 2020, that was the largest employment decline in that sector in history. So we need to. We know that we need to support those workers and support those businesses to help them whether this pandemic safely and to be able to get to the other side intact. As you brought up almost 500,000 job losses in December were in leisure and hospitality people who work in bars and restaurants. And so much of the story. That pandemic has been about low wage workers bearing The brunt of this compared to high wage workers as an economist. What is your position on how to help low wage workers? Specifically, what do you are ideas or solutions that work? So right now we know we need to support them. So that is some of the direct relief. We also know that the unemployment extensions of the unemployment insurance are very important. There are other than the conviction moratoriums and help with back pay for rent. Other of those components are going to be very important As we come through this pandemic, though we know that we need to support some of those low wage workers. People will need to have jobs that pay and allow them to support their families. We know that paid sick leave paid family leave is very important to allow them to both be productive workers and take care of their families. So coming out of this recovery in particular, we need to ensure that all Americans can be productive workers and being able to support their families. So much of the conversation around. What happened in 2000 and eight in 2009 was the idea that the help went to quote unquote the banks, they got the support and that many average people felt left behind. How do you ensure that? What the president elect does next? Doesn't kind of fall into that same perception. That's an excellent point, and this administration is really committed. To ensuring that the policies that it promotes promote everybody and bring everybody back into the economic activity back into the labor market, and then we all benefit from the growth and the economic recovery. Some of that isn't is paying attention to where the federal dollars are being spent. Identifying those places Where that those who have better connections, larger banks versus smaller businesses that maybe better connected. Don't just get to the front of the line, but that the smaller businesses are able to maybe actually have a

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New tensions emerge between Biden team and Trump administration

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:18 min | 2 months ago

New tensions emerge between Biden team and Trump administration

"Joe biden's incoming administration is taking shape. Former deputy secretary of state anthony blinken will be nominated for secretary of state x fed chair. Janet yellen is up to run treasury retired. General lloyd austin has been tapped to run the defense department. Some of these names have been more controversial than others. there've been some progressive objections to biden's likely pick a former iowa governor. Tom bill sack to reprise his role running. The agriculture department and a lot of republicans in the senate are cool to the choice of near attended a close hillary clinton confidante to run the office of management and budget. Some other choices like yellow. Have gotten pretty warm receptions across the political spectrum to talk about this administration that's what is likely to mean in terms of what a president joe biden might actually do. Let's bring in our left right and center panel on the right law. Chen is the david. Diane steffi fellow at the hoover institution and he's the director of domestic policy studies and lecturer in the public policy program at stanford lot. He has worked on several presidential campaigns for republicans including george w bush's reelection campaign marco. Rubio's two thousand sixteen run and he was the policy director for mitt romney in the two thousand twelve presidential campaign. Hello lonnie thanks for having me and on the left sabil. Rama joins us. Bill is president of demos a progressive organization that studies and advocates for voting rights economic and racial justice and equity sabil is also an associate professor at brooklyn law school. Bill so bill when you look at these names What does this tell you about. The sort of administration that joe biden is preparing to run. So i think the roster that's being built out is really interesting to me what it shows. Is there too big tensions that i think the new administration is trying to balance. A one is a balanced between old hands and some new faces and the other is a balanced between a pragmatic course and also progressive ones. So when you think about someone like janet yellen or cecilia rouse on the economic team These are folks who have deep experience in economic policy but also represent. I think a little bit more of a kind of a progressive wing of the larger policy debate. Not these are certainly not Bernie sanders elizabeth warren folks but they very much represent a part of the economic profession that is increasingly focused on issues of inequality Racial equity and issues of how we get around are sort of current problem of austerity politics. Lot he what do you make of this list of names. Well i think first of all there are a number of very highly qualified people on the list people who have great experience in government who i think even republicans who may have policy or ideological concerns would have to say are well qualified to play the roles. They've been a nominated by the president. Play and so. I think that that's a very hopeful. Sign on the other hand. You've got some real head. Scratchers here josh. There are people who the president is nominated for roles in various situations that i think people kinda wonder what was he. Thinking there Heavier sarah for example to be secretary of health and human services a man with no health policy no public health background who's really so claim to fame in healthcare is arguing to defend the affordable care act which by the way may have been enough for biden but it really seems to be one of those picks where he had put the sarah somewhere so he put him at. Hhs which under ordinary circumstances might be okay but in the middle of a pandemic hhs is going to play a critical role in disturbing the vaccine and hopefully overseeing and the the end of this covid nineteen pandemic here in the us. choice of. Sarah is puzzling one. The other one that i would point to which doesn't require senate confirmation and so Will be what it is. Is susan rice as director the domestic policy council which has traditionally been the policy making apparatus at the white house that coordinates the creation of domestic policy overseeing areas like education and health care immigration. Picking someone with with the deep foreign policy experience for that job seems to me to be a little bit odd. I think she was picked for that job. In part because it doesn't require senate confirmation and biden. His team knew there was no way republicans. Were going to confirm someone is controversial. Susan rice so for every sort of great. Pick for every janet. Yellen for every brian You know you have a few that sort of make you think. Gosh what is the biden team doing here. So it's a little bit of a mixed bag so far. Yeah bill when. I look at the list of names. I do sometimes see what he is describing their almost a sense that biden had list of people that he liked and wanted to give jobs to and a list of jobs he needed to fill and in some places. The matching of the to feels a little bit random. I'd also point to to marcia fudge who's an african american congresswoman from cleveland. She'd openly campaigned to be agriculture secretary. She's a senior member of the agriculture committee. There'd been a lot of progressive concerns about how the agriculture committee has dealt with black farmers and about beneficiaries of nutrition programs people primarily eat food rather than making it And biden has passed over. Her is expected to bill sack in that position and then fudge specifically said that she didn't want one of these traditionally black cabinet jobs like labor or housing and urban development. She's going to be put up to run housing and urban development. So some of these choices they do have that feeling to me of what we want this person job. Well here. this one's available. Let's give them out. One is that is that. Is that too harsh. Look looking at this selection process and saying that you know i. I do think there's a little bit of that. In terms of the example with congressman fudge gave. I think is a is a good one of your. She has deep expertise actually on areas connected to usda. I'm at the same time. I think she'll bring a novel. Interesting and important voice went on the issues of hud but there is a little bit of that. I think the thing i would offer is you know. There's so much going. On with this transition. Given the pandemic given the extraordinary delays that the trump administration put in place at one things that we're really looking at is what's what does that next layer down. Look like so when you think about the whole team Not just cabinet but cap a deputy secretaries and so on can does it look like a team that then has the balance of deep expertise and Mission alignment right at someone. Folks who are laser focused on the combined crises of of the economy and covid and climate and original justice moment. That's the next layer. That i would look at right. Are folks getting complimentary. Picks to offset some of where they might need additional insight or expertise

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NAACP leader on diversity in Biden's Cabinet and commitment to civil rights

Here & Now

04:43 min | 3 months ago

NAACP leader on diversity in Biden's Cabinet and commitment to civil rights

"Speech days after the election, Joe Biden think black voters for helping him win the White House. The African American community stood up again. For many with always having my back on, I'll have yours. Now. There's some concern that Biden isn't making good on that promise. At least seven civil rights groups are pressing to meet with the president elect, including the end of the P and the National Urban League. They want Biden to name or black leaders to top jobs in his administration. Marc Morial leads the Urban League mark. Welcome. Hey, it's great to be with you. Thank you for having me. My pleasure. And if and when you get a meeting with the President elect, what will you tell him? So importantly way look forward to a direct communication with the president elect, and we're gonna reaffirm our interest on behalf of the community that the number of Diverse cabinet members, particularly African Americans. Prominent and every level of the body Administration Cabinet sub cabinet. As well as at the White House. You know, we want to give the president elect due credit. He chose an excellent running mate, Senator Harris. He's made an important appointment of Cecilia Rouse, his chair of the president's Council of Economic Advisors, and Linda Thomas Greenfield as U. N ambassador. But we're heavily focused. What's known as a statutory Cabinet, defense and justice and transportation and commerce and labor and hot and education and HHS, For example, that is where The important levers of power are We're going to communicate that to him, and the second thing will be communicating. Eyes our interest in the public policy arena. We need aggressive enforcement of civil rights laws. We need strong investments through both stimulus. And infrastructure plans, and we need Focus on long term issues of racial justice, criminal justice reform, police justice reform just to name a few high priorities and finally With respect to cove it we need to ensure That the vaccine is safe and effective for all people and that there is a community based distribution system. To ensure that people in our community have access to the vaccine. I guess What I'm trying to understand is if you are actually concerned with what you've seen so far, or if you're just trying to get ahead of the process, As you point out, there have been many black officials appointed to keep jobs in the Biden administration says they're not done yet. Yeah, I think it's both. And I think it's uh they've been to statutory Cabinet nominees thus far. Treasury Three rather Treasury homeland security as well as the State Department, and that's important and we do have a concern and we do want to get ahead of the process and We want to be clear that we're looking for a cabinet. When it comes to African Americans and meets but really exceeds the high water marks of the Clinton and Obama cabinets. This is a different time. And the president elect is made of important public commitment to racial justice, and I believe he's serious about that, but toe execute that He's got to have people who have lived experiences. As well as professional qualifications, along with connections to the communities that have borne the brunt of the country's systemic racial injustice. Look, there's no doubt having a diversity of opinions from all walks of life is critical in any leadership role, but make the case why Race matters so much here. Ben Carson. I'm thinking of Ben Carson, a black housing secretary. I assume you don't agree at all with his policies on many black leaders At the same time, we're saying that outgoing Senator Doug Jones, a white man would make a great attorney general because of his record fighting for civil rights. So let me say this. Van Carson is a great doctor. I never thought Ben Carson was qualified. To be secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. I thought he would have made made a great surgeon general. You made a great secretary of health. Human services. I think it was an example of picking a quote unquote black person and putting him in what some perceive to be a black position at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. And I think it was It was a mistake, and I think it was a disservice to Ben Carson. So I mean, it's important. Understand this is not just about a black face in a certain place.

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"cecilia rouse" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Haitian President Trump often touted before the election boxes. Jared Helper is live in Washington. The U. S attorney investigating the origins of the Russia investigation has been given special Counsel authority allowing that work to continue without him being easily fired. Attorney General Bill Bar appointed U. S Attorney John appointed U. S Attorney John Durham is a special counsel in October. Before the 2020 election. He revealed the action in an interview with The Associated Press today, Bar says Durham is now covered under the same regulation that covered former special counsel Robert Mueller. A decision made to ensure Durham could complete his work regardless of the election outcome. Lisa the meantime Jared Barr, drawing criticism from the Trump campaign for something else. He told AP today that the Justice Department is not found any evidence of widespread election fraud. The president's legal team says there hasn't been any semblance of a Justice Department investigation. The president elect focusing on steering out of a pandemic recession with his latest picks, President elect Joe Biden, announcing he members of his economic team led by Janet Yellen, who formerly served as Fed share and will be nominated for secretary of the Treasury. With this team and others. Will add in the weeks ahead. We're going to create a recovery for everybody for all I'm gonna get this economy moving again. Other bite nominees include Neera Tanden for White House budget director and Cecilia Rouse, the leading labor economist at Princeton, who would serve as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in Wilmington, Delaware, with the president elect John Decker. Fox News. Dow Up 184 points At the close a record day for the NASDAQ and the S and P America.

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Biden introduces economic team, telling Americans "help is on the way"

AP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Biden introduces economic team, telling Americans "help is on the way"

"But I want you to know that help is on the way in Wilmington, Delaware. President elect Joe Biden is unveiling his economic team team that's tested and experienced. Includes groundbreaking Americans who come from different backgrounds but to share my core vision for economic Relief here in the United States of America. Biden is nominating Janet Yellen to be Treasury secretary should be the first Treasury secretary who was also chair the Federal Reserve. Vice chair, The Fred Reserve. And share the president's Council of Economic Advisers. The president also says his team knows once ahead. There's a consensus out there. Now, as we battle the covert 19 disease, we have to make sure that business and workers have the tools resource is and guidance and the health and safety standards to be able operates safely. The president elect also named Cecilia Rouse, his chair of his Council of Economic Advisors. Made Donahue

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How Biden's Diverse Economic Team May Impact His Policies

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:01 min | 3 months ago

How Biden's Diverse Economic Team May Impact His Policies

"President elect. Joe biden introduced today. His team tasked with rebuilding this devastated economy. Four women including janet yellen his nominee for treasury secretary and three are people of color. Wally will be yellen. Deputy near attendant is his pick for budget director and cecilia. Rouse has been chosen to chair the council of economic advisers but what does the gender and race of the picks saying about what kinds of policies they may put in place. Our next guest has some thoughts on that. She is a communist. Lisa cook and she served as an adviser under president. Obama and she is a professor at michigan state university. her work is focused on the impact. Racism has had on holding back the economy. Good morning good morning so yellen ten rows of work to increase worker earnings and reduce racial and gender discrimination. The economy for example. What does that signify about the priorities of this team. It suggests that the biden team has a really good grasp of what is happening in the economy. Not just in the pandemic konomi but the broader economy and the more long standing Me and that he is made a priority he's he is prioritized The the wellbeing of all americans so interested in the aggregate but in the distribution of income and well being in the economy. That's what it suggests to me. Well you're talking about inequality essentially yes. We mentioned the diversity in these appointments. How much does that matter. It matters a great deal. One of the things Janet yellen has said and certainly said is chair of the federal reserve. The first woman to be so that the financial crisis was actually a result of not having enough Lived experience in this diversity of lived experience of the economist who were judging the data related to the crisis so it says to me that we really need people in positions of economic policymaking who have different types of lived experience you have different backgrounds who understand the data from many different perspectives. So they're maybe trained trained some little but it's group think that can That can impede us from understanding Economic and financial crises so given that she really pushed forward on diversity efforts at the federal reserve when she was a chair and before. That seems to me that this is a really important priority for economic policy-making Let me ask you a bit more about this. You've written about this extensively. That representation matters that teams with women on them for example are more productive that having diverse leadership allows for more creative solutions to problems. But isn't there some sort of magical thinking when we've seen that simply having a black or brown person in a certain job translates automatically to more equality There needs to be systemic change. So what do you see happening there to sort of change. What we've seen so far. I bet you're exactly right. It is not a panacea. It's not a magic formula. Having more representation doesn't automatically mean that however when people have different lived experience Experiences for example. They can say something like well. I remember my aunt getting exotic mortgage for example during the two thousand eight two thousand nine crisis. And what we know is that black and brown People had many of these exotic mortgages and they were canaries in the coal mine. So if you were watching these very closely he's or more high interest and and sort of not really based on solid ground to prime. That's right exactly They would be a canarian coal. My this would be a leading indicator and this would This would give us an indication of what will happen in months or years to come in the economy so different people with different lived. Experiences may be able to say more about The economy and how it's playing out. How different people are experiencing the economy. This pandemic of course is impacted communities of color disproportionately Not only when it comes to health but also economically. What do you think i needs to happen. And just in a few seconds. The thing that i needs to happen is that there has to be greater Relief that comes to state and local governments Come aid that comes to small businesses aid that is not necessarily in the form of debt but the but in the form of Also in the form of grants And i think that for closure and forbearance relief have to happen as well. There's a lot that needs to be done to address the

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Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary

"Picks as Inauguration Day gets closer is a big day for president elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris. Received their first full intelligence briefing and held meetings with transition advisers Tuesday, they'll officially announced members of their economic team and Biden will nominate Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary who would be the first woman to lead the department. Cecilia Rouse will be named as chair of the Council of Economic Advisors and near attended, will serve as White House budget director that CBS a Skylar Henry, with the update. The Supreme Court heard arguments today about

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Biden names diverse economic team with four women in top roles to help build recovery

PBS NewsHour

06:28 min | 3 months ago

Biden names diverse economic team with four women in top roles to help build recovery

"Group that features four women in top roles, including former Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen as his choice for Treasury secretary. Reporter Jim Tankersley of The New York Times has been following these developments closely. He covers economics for the paper, and he's also the author of the recent book, The Riches of this Land. Jim Tankersley. Thanks so much for being with us again. What do these choices as a group tell you about Joe Biden's priorities What he may do once he takes office. Well, thanks so much for having me Judy. This is a group that is really focused on workers and on labor and maybe one of the most of union friendly groups of top economic advisers. We've seen in the White House in a long time and in particular for policy right out of the gate. It's a group that's going to be very committed on the idea of trying to get the economy up and running as fast as it can as quickly as possible in order to boost worker wages. And it's gonna be not at all shy about pushing additional deficit spending by the federal government in order to get there. And specifically with regard to covert relief, Covad economic relief. Can you tell anything from looking at this group? But what what might happen? Yeah, They've been very clear a number of them from Janet Yellen, the Neera tanden on down on these pics about the sorts of things that need to be done to help. People and businesses and state local governments survived. This pandemic on DAT includes more direct aid tol division ALS. It includes more help for small businesses and in particular age of states and local governments who have big budget holes, But also things like passing pandemic paid leave, You know a program to give family and paid leave. The workers who are on the front lines of code in particular, and I think that you will see all of those policies pushed early on by the biting teeth. So let's talk specifics. Janet Yellin at Treasury, the first woman to hold that job as we were saying, what do we know? Based on her record? What to expect from her. Janet Yellen is a labor economist by training on someone who really pushed the Federal Reserve when she was the chairman of the reserve to keep interest rates low for a long time in order to stoke growth, and I think we'll see more of that out of her hear more of a focus on inequality and unworkable is and you know another thing that she's focused on a lot in the last couple of years is on Tearing down the barriers of discrimination in the economy to help women in particular succeed, and I think you'll see her focus on that as well. It's it's been a big deal for her in the economics profession, but it's something that she is talked a lot about having enormous consequences for the broader economy. And then Cecilia Rouse, who President elect Biden Has said he wants to head his council of Economic Advisers. Not as well, a known name as the others. But so what should we know about her? She'll if she's confirmed, should be the first black economist ahead the Council of Economic Advisers she was on the council under President Barack Obama. She's also a labor economist, ah, real expert in a variety of things having to do with labor and education, and just like Jenna Galan has, as focused a lot of academic work on the effects of discrimination. S O. There are some common themes here with the team. And then there is Tol, the Office of Management and Budget. Neera Tanden, who has been around she's someone who I think is familiar. Too many who watch what's going on in Washington. What do what do we look for? From her? Near attended, runs the center for American Progress, which is a liberal think tank, and she has been on adviser to Hillary Clinton. She's been around Washington for a long time. She is someone who has really pushed on a variety of sort of liberal policy agenda items that is more of a political player than the other two. But I think with Neera Tanden, you will see Ah, focus in the Ownby. If she's confirmed on things like climate change healthcare on you on sort of Not shying away again from running budget deficits. Tosto growth, which is you know a real, I think departure from what many progressives thought they might be getting if I hadn't had appointed someone who was more of a moderate deficit, longer term deficit Hawk Democrat to that position. And Jim. What about with regard to Senate confirmation? These three positions we've been talking about all require Senate confirmation. What is expected for each one of them for yelling for rouse and for Tanda. Well, I think Janet Yellen appears likely to be confirmed. Based on the comments that we've seen in the last 24 hours from Republican senators. She's someone who has been confirmed by the Senate before. So is this is the arrest who I think is like that he converted also in less Republicans find some things in her academic work that they really object to Neera Tanden again as a more political player and someone who's Twitter feed has really offended. A lot of Republican senators may face more opposition and that was signaled by Republican senators in the last day that they don't like that she has taken after Republicans in public comments and so that that maybe get hard for them to confirm her. A lot will depend on whether Democrats control the senator Republicans do after the runoff elections that Georgia in January. And one other thing, Jim. I mean, people look to see the differences between this team and the Trump economic team. Pretty significant difference. Sure, there's just a big difference in how they approach the economy. The Trump team came in with a real focus on how do they sperm or business investment of the economy? How can they do more by taking away regulations by cutting taxes to make businesses happier and get them to spend more money on investments of this team is much more focused on workers. How do they support workers? How do they change regulations or even bolster them? To make it easier for people to work and to make that work pay off with higher wages, so it's just completely different angle at looking at the economy and very different policies that will result Him. Tankersley with the New York Times

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Biden Nominates More Members Of His Economic Team

CNN Political Briefing

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Nominates More Members Of His Economic Team

"Biden has also tap. Cecilia rouse to lead. The council of economic advisers should be the first woman of color in that role as well if she's confirmed now. The president elect also recently announced that he will have an all female senior. Communications team led by faces already familiar to his campaign kate. Betting field who served as his deputy campaign manager will be as white house communications director and former obama white house. Communications director jen. Psaki will be named as the white house press secretary corrine jean-pierre who was a senior advisor to the campaign and then comma harris's chief of staff will serve as principal. Deputy press secretary simone sanders who also served. As a senior biden campaign adviser will be serving as senior advisor and chief spokesperson for vice president. Elect common-law harris

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Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Biden unveils economic team, nominating Yellen for treasury secretary

"Secretary There's NPR's Scott Horsley reports, a woman will shatter another barrier in her new role on Biden's team. Cecilia Rouse is has been tapped to lead the Council of Economic Advisers where she would be the she had previously served on that council and she would be the first African American to head the council. NPR's Scott Horsley reporting Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama have notified federal labor authorities of

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Biden to nominate Yellen, highlights diversity on econ team

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Biden to nominate Yellen, highlights diversity on econ team

"President elect Biden is continuing to push toward diversity as he rolls out more administration appointments Biden's announcing his senior economic team highlighted by former fed chair Janet Yellen who would be the nation's first female treasury secretary is also tapping Neera Tanden to leave the office of management and budget she would be the first woman of color in that post ads would Cecilia rouse atop the White House council of economic advisers Biden's picture to chair the council Sager mag ani Washington

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"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:05 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington North Korea TV has announced that the authorities are cutting off all communication with the south all the news reader appears on Abul cost to announce the count of cross border contacts with the south a move experts say could signal pun Yang who's grown frustrated that Seoul has failed to revive lucrative inter Korean economic projects I'm persuaded the US to ease sanctions the north has been stridently attacking the south with statements since last week with the war of words is not always pool cost the population at home North Korea as well is escalating pressure on the south the failing to stop activists from floating anti porn young leaflets across the tense border I'm John fuller this my

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US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

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11:15 min | 9 months ago

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"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington hi Mike Rossi a reporting funeral services for George Floyd are today in Houston 2 weeks and a day after his death in Minneapolis that triggered protests across the nation vital services for George Floyd are today in Houston Floyd's funeral will be followed by burial at the Houston memorial gardens cemetery Floyd will be laid to rest next to his mother larceny of Floyd former vice president Joe Biden who met with Floyd's family Monday will offer a video message for the funeral service an estimated 6000 people attended the public service Monday Monday night the Jackie H. national alumni association held a candlelight vigil for Floyd who was in the class of 1993 hi Mike Rossi

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Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

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Thousands mourn George Floyd in Texas amid calls for reform

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15:07 min | 9 months ago

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"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington never mind which hotel will offer the best price some of the nation's large chains are now competing over hygiene Hilton another big chains are changing their focus to get customers back hotels are making visible changes in the wake of the pandemic with clerks wearing masks pre packaged breakfasts instead of phase and signs that promote cleaners like ready clean it red roof inn and Hilton's clean stay with Lysol U. S. hotels are still mostly empty occupancy was just 37 percent at the end of may it's a drop of 43 percent from the same time last year but with some destinations starting to open up and leisure travel on the rise hotels are using cleaning standards as a way to bring back tourists and possibly get a leg up on Airbnb which isn't standardized I'm Jackie Quinn

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15:07 min | 9 months ago

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"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington never mind which hotel will offer the best price some of the nation's large chains are now competing over hygiene Hilton another big chains are changing their focus to get customers back hotels are making visible changes in the wake of the pandemic with clerks wearing masks pre packaged breakfasts instead of phase and signs that promote cleaners like ready clean it red roof inn and Hilton's clean stay with Lysol U. S. hotels are still mostly empty occupancy was just 37 percent at the end of may it's a drop of 43 percent from the same time last year but with some destinations starting to open up and leisure travel on the rise hotels are using cleaning standards as a way to bring back tourists and possibly get a leg up on Airbnb which isn't standardized I'm Jackie Quinn

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15:07 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington never mind which hotel will offer the best price some of the nation's large chains are now competing over hygiene Hilton another big chains are changing their focus to get customers back hotels are making visible changes in the wake of the pandemic with clerks wearing masks pre packaged breakfasts instead of phase and signs that promote cleaners like ready clean it red roof inn and Hilton's clean stay with Lysol U. S. hotels are still mostly empty occupancy was just 37 percent at the end of may it's a drop of 43 percent from the same time last year but with some destinations starting to open up and leisure travel on the rise hotels are using cleaning standards as a way to bring back tourists and possibly get a leg up on Airbnb which isn't standardized I'm Jackie Quinn

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington Hilton Airbnb Jackie Quinn professor 37 percent 43 percent $0.10 $0.62
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15:07 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"A founding member of a popular Grammy winning group has died 1.2 has died her publicist said she died of cardiac arrest in Los Angeles Anita pointer says if it wasn't for Bonnie we never would have heard of the pointer sisters Persib says it was Bonnie who after leaving high school wanted to leave off from singing in church and go pro with their sisters 2 of whom were already married and even had kids at the time the gamble paid off the group went on to record hits like yes we can can I'm so excited jump and slow hand Bonnie pointer was 69 I'm Oscar wells Gabriel the current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington never mind which hotel will offer the best price some of the nation's large chains are now competing over hygiene Hilton another big chains are changing their focus to get customers back hotels are making visible changes in the wake of the pandemic with clerks wearing masks pre packaged breakfasts instead of phase and signs that promote cleaners like ready clean it red roof inn and Hilton's clean stay with Lysol U. S. hotels are still mostly empty occupancy was just 37 percent at the end of may it's a drop of 43 percent from the same time last year but with some destinations starting to open up and leisure travel on the rise hotels are using cleaning standards as a way to bring back tourists and possibly get a leg up on Airbnb which isn't standardized I'm Jackie Quinn

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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri US Cecilia rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington professor $0.10 $0.62
"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

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16:49 min | 9 months ago

"cecilia rouse" Discussed on AP News

"A founding member of a popular Grammy winning group has died 1.2 has died her publicist said she died of cardiac arrest in Los Angeles Anita pointer says if it wasn't for Bonnie we never would have heard of the pointer sisters Persib says it was Bonnie who after leaving high school wanted to leave off from singing in church and go pro with their sisters 2 of whom were already married and even had kids at the time the gamble paid off the group went on to record hits like yes we can can I'm so excited jump and slow hand Bonnie pointer was 69 I'm Oscar wells Gabriel the current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID 14 we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only $0.62 for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just $0.10 to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in 2020 then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert 19 which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

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Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

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01:00 min | 9 months ago

Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID fourteen we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only sixty two cents for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just ten cents to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in twenty twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri United States Cecilia Rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington Professor
Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

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01:00 min | 9 months ago

Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID fourteen we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only sixty two cents for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just ten cents to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in twenty twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri United States Cecilia Rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington Professor
Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

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01:00 min | 9 months ago

Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID fourteen we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only sixty two cents for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just ten cents to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in twenty twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri United States Cecilia Rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington Professor
Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

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01:00 min | 9 months ago

Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID fourteen we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only sixty two cents for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just ten cents to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in twenty twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri United States Cecilia Rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington Professor
Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

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01:00 min | 9 months ago

Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

"The current protests about racial inequality are a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans that weren't it changed after similar clashes in the sixties the nineties and Ferguson Missouri into ID fourteen we've seen US cities set ablaze over the decades and yet studies show black Americans continue to be disproportionately left behind African Americans earn only sixty two cents for every dollar earned by a white person black wealth is just ten cents to every dollar of white wealth and blacks are no more likely to own a home now in twenty twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

Missouri United States Cecilia Rouse Princeton Jackie Quinn Washington Professor
Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

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01:00 min | 9 months ago

Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap

"The a current founding protests member of a popular about racial Grammy inequality winning group has are died a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans one point that two weren't has died it changed her publicist after similar said she clashes died of cardiac in the sixties arrest in Los the nineties Angeles and Anita Ferguson pointer Missouri says if it wasn't into ID for fourteen Bonnie we never would we've have heard seen US of the pointer cities sisters set ablaze Persib over says the decades it was Bonnie and yet who studies after leaving show black high school Americans wanted to leave continue off from to singing be disproportionately in church and go pro left with their behind sisters African two of whom Americans were already earn married only sixty and even had two kids cents at the for time every dollar the gamble earned paid off by a the white group went person on to record black hits wealth like yes is we can just can ten cents I'm so excited to every jump dollar and slow of white hand wealth and Bonnie blacks pointer are was no sixty more likely nine to own a home I'm now Oscar in twenty wells Gabriel twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

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