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The pandemic has illustrated the danger of primarily tying one’s employment with the ability to get health care, as job precarity and unemployment exploded as coronavirus spread last year, leaving many communities vulnerable and uninsured.Protestors in Several Dozen Cities to March for Medicare for All this Saturday|Malaika Jabali|July 22, 2021|Essence.com
With its roots in racial and gender justice history, guaranteed income is the ideal tool to combat both the racial injustice and economic precarity brought to the fore in 2020 and that we continue to see today.Most Americans Support Guaranteed Income. Here's How We Are Working as Mayors to Make It a Reality|Melvin Carter, Eric Garcetti and Michael Tubbs|July 8, 2021|Time
Above her piano, a giant screen started to swing with a slow precarity that seemed to fan the tension.Wolf Trap celebrates 50 years of arts in the wild — so what’s another rainstorm?|Michael Andor Brodeur|July 2, 2021|Washington Post
Often LGBTQ immigrants have borne the brunt of repression, and often still face more precarity than many other LGBTQ Americans.
The incomes of millions living in precarity vanished in an instant, triggering an unprecedented mass migration of daily wage earners from the cities back to their villages.It Isn't Just Modi. India’s Compliant Media Must Also Take Responsibility for the COVID-19 Crisis|Debasish Roy Chowdhury|May 3, 2021|Time