Tuesday Dec 03, 2019

Racialized Women's Unrecognized Community Work Uplifts Everyone

Nina Banks, economics professor at Bucknell University and a board member at the Economic Policy Institute, discusses her groundbreaking work on minority women's unpaid collective labor—things like civic and community protests and organizing that ultimately lead to stronger basic rights and a better society for everyone.


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Mobilizing Economic Research to Address Socioeconomic and Racial Injustices

Nina Banks at Bucknell University


The State of Working America Podcast is part of EPI’s effort to raise workers’ voices to ensure they are heard in the economic policy debate. Hosted by Pedro da Costa.

Core topics include workers' rights, inequality, race, gender, labor markets, education and immigration, but we're interested in all things related to social justice.

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