Change is in the air for Native American representation in both the arts as well as the football field. Also, we examine how something called forced arbitration can have a negative impact on Black and brown workers.
The U.K. relaxes some of its COVID-19 travel restrictions. Also, minimum wage increases have already started in some places despite the pandemic. We also talk to psychotherapist and author Megan Devine about the ties that bind grief to the economy.
Nearly 5 million people found work in June, and the unemployment rate dropped to about 11%. But, there’s already concern about a July setback. Plus, reimagining the economy with Darren Walker, the president of the Ford Foundation.
A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association strongly suggests we are undercounting the number of COVID-19 deaths. It could change how policy planners and hospitals operate. And, the philanthropic Ford Foundation is borrowing money during the pandemic, so it can give more away.
From the BBC World Service: FedEx and DHL have reportedly suspended Chinese import shipments to India. Food delivery workers in Brazil protest over pressure from delivery apps. Ukraine’s central bank governor resigns blaming “systemic political pressure.”