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“Business as usual” won't fix inequality in supermarket supply chains

A new Oxfam report illustrates how the pandemic is deepening the divide between winners and losers in the global food supply chain. Huge supermarket chains are delivering billions to shareholders and executives, while their workers are facing financial precarity and exposure to potentially fatal disease.

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Father’s Day raises the question, How much do men care?

As the pandemic threw many household arrangements out the window, it also opened the door for men to step up to do more hands-on care work. The challenge now is to close the care gap even more. A new report offers an action plan.

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Tax the rich!

Corporations and the very wealthy spent years gaming the tax code and pressuring Congress to secure an outlandish goal: Pay no taxes. And it worked. But we have a chance right now to address the sickening inequities of the tax code, and raise revenue for jobs-creating infrastructure and the care economy.

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