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March 29, 2021

Coronavirus
A Year on, the "Color of Covid" Still Matters

One year after coining “Color of Covid,” Catherine Powell published an op-ed on CNN.com about the ongoing pandemics of race and gender inequality, particularly the disparate impacts of COVID-19 on th…

President Biden signs the American Rescue Plan. Vice President Harris stands beside him.

December 23, 2020

Women and Economic Growth
Women’s Economic Empowerment and Trade

"As our Nation and the world continue to respond to COVID-19, we should look ahead to how we will create a safer and more equitable economic recovery for workers in the United States and around the w…

Woman sits in Myanmar. Radik De Chowdhuri/REUTERS

December 15, 2020

Elections and Voting
The 2020 Election by the Numbers

It’s almost over. Yesterday Electoral College electors convened virtually or in person in state capitals across the country to cast their votes. The result was what everyone expected, the election of…

An elector looks at his signed ballot for Joe Biden.

August 5, 2020

Race and Ethnicity
“Viral Convergence”: Interconnected Pandemics as Portal to Racial Justice

In this piece (which is part of a special Just Security “Racing National Security” symposium), Catherine Powell argues that the COVID-19 pandemic has provided a window into the pandemics of policing,…

Black Lives Matter Rally

March 26, 2020

Coronavirus
Quarantined: Federalism in Action at Home and Abroad

The rapid spread of the coronavirus in the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a new reality for most—if not all—Americans, as a growing number of U.S. states have imposed a variety of stay-at-home direct…

Woman in Italy wearing protective mask during coronavirus

April 9, 2020

Coronavirus
Color of Covid: The Racial Justice Paradox of Our New Stay-at-Home Economy

In what Catherine Powell calls the "color of Covid," the pandemic has highlighted a range of underlying inequalities on race—including on the job front—now exacerbated by the health crisis and the em…

Marni Bailey, a worker at a group home for the elderly, stands in line outside Riverside University High School to vote in the presidential primary election held amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

January 9, 2020

Digital Policy
Invisible Workers on the Global Assembly Line

In her newly published book, Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Media, Dr. Sarah T. Roberts discusses the world of content moderation, which increasingly plays a major rol…

Afghan girls at the first Internet cafe for women in Kabul, Afghanistan. March 8, 2012.

January 9, 2020

Social Issues
Invisible Workers on the Global Assembly Line: Behind the Screen

In her new book, Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Media, Dr. Sarah T. Roberts reveals the inner workings of the world of content moderation on social media platforms. 

People use computers at an internet cafe in Hefei, Anhui province

December 4, 2017

Tunisia
Women’s Rights Reforms in Tunisia Offer Hope

Women in Tunisia have far more rights than their regional counterparts, but they still are far from true equality. Unequal inheritance laws provide a window into what's really going on in Tunisia.

International Women's Day in Tunisia

February 22, 2017

Asia
Stand by Her: Afghan Men as Advocates for Women

Emerging Voices features contributions from scholars and practitioners highlighting new research, thinking, and approaches to development challenges. This article is by Kristen Cordell, gender adviso…

Afghan children play on the outskirts of Jalalabad province, May 2014 (Courtesy Reuters/ Parwiz).