Study after study has found that women, particularly women of color, have borne the brunt of the pandemic’s economic toll, losing jobs and leaving the workforce in alarming numbers.
"My administration's going to look like America," Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden said earlier this year.
"Women of color and Black women in particular are often working an essential job, the front-line jobs that are most vulnerable to COVID."
To get a better sense of what’s been lost to the coronavirus pandemic, COURIER interviewed three women who had to shutter their businesses in recent months.
How the two campaigns differ on health policy, plans for child care, and violence against women.
Fewer than half of women are satisfied with thow they're treated in the U.S. The outsized impact of COVID-19 on women’s employment is sure to exacerbate that.
New data shows 295 women have already filed for office to run as Democrats, while 195 are Republican candidates.