“At some point, it will start to look like being Black is a pre-existing condition.”

Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability

“At some point, it will start to look like being Black is a pre-existing condition.” This new piece from Bloomberg CityLab looks at how the pandemic has exacerbated inequality—in both health outcomes and economic ones. 

This new study takes a panoramic look at Latinx cooperatives in the US. 

Organizing Theory

A good walk-through of how to set up a mutual aid fund. 

Worried about how to deal with disinformation? Check out this new framework for how to deal with it, from Blueprints for Change. 

What’s Going on in the Workforce

“Amazon’s injury rates have gone up each of the past four years, the internal data shows.” And surprise! They’ve been lying about it! But seriously, Prime Day is coming up—make sure you click this link and read about how terrible it is for worker safety, before you click that “Buy” button.  

DoorDash is telling customers that restaurants who don’t use its app are “too far away” and redirecting them to restaurants that are paying their commission. 

This new report underscores the terrible working conditions for migrant crab pickers in Maryland.

The Perils of Trumpism

Trump’s nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg is…wait for it…not good for labor. Quelle surprise! 

From Partners

good curriculum, for anyone who is interested in doing civic engagement work with teenagers. 

Reputation, reputation, reputation

Um, no thank you. “Amazon One lets you pay with your palm” 

One thought on ““At some point, it will start to look like being Black is a pre-existing condition.””

  1. It’s natural to want to see a light at the end of the tunnel, obviously in terms of the health crisis caused by coronavirus but also for the economy. And there will be one — eventually.

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