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All the visceral ways black women in America have been hurt by the coronavirus unemployment crisis

Business Insider Monday, 1 June 2020
All the visceral ways black women in America have been hurt by the coronavirus unemployment crisis· Research from Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's nonprofit Lean In shows that black women are among the hardest hit by the coronavirus unemployment crisis. 
· The survey of more than 2,600 people found that black women were twice as likely as white men to say that they were laid off or furloughed in the wake of the...
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