We look at the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Black, Brown and poor communities, and the next steps officials should take, with Reverend William Barber, who is organizing an online Mass Poor People’s Assembly and Moral March on Washington, D.C., on June 20. “We’re not going to just die. We’re going to stand up and fight back,” says Rev. Barber. He also discusses voter suppression ahead of the November election.
Bernie Sanders introduces Paycheck Security Act to protect millions of employees during coronavirus pandemic
“Without aggressive action to help workers keep their jobs and businesses stay open, we risk an economic disaster that could take decades to repair.”
“Today’s decision is a landmark victory for hundreds of thousands of voters who want their voices to be heard.”
"This is the most crucial election in human history, literally. Another four years of Trump, and we’re in deep trouble."
“Congress and insurers have made all of these promises to waive copays for treatment and testing but we’re hearing that's not always the reality.”