Rev. William J. Barber has long tackled the issues of race, poverty and hatred through his role as Co-Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign. Now, COVID-19 has brought to light deep-rooted fissures in our country’s treatment of those living in poverty. He shares his thoughts on those fissures, the political response to COVID-19, our treatment of essential workers, and more with Hari Sreenivasan and our partners at PBS NewsHour Weekend
- Rev. Barber on Misinformation and Seeking Justice During COVID-19
- Essential or Expendable? Rev. William Barber on Poverty and the Political Response to COVID-19
- How Will New York Restart its Economy After COVID-19?
- Rev. William Barber on the impact of COVID-19 on people of color, voter suppression
- How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Hurting Street Vendors (Op-Ed)
- My Experience as a College Student During COVID-19
- NYC Public Advocate on Over-Policing During the Pandemic
- What’s Happened to Americans’ Retirement Confidence in the Pandemic
- How to Get Health Insurance After a Job Loss
- 5 Ways to Find Work in the Pandemic
- Why has the Bronx and other communities of color become COVID-19 hot spots?
- How the Coronavirus Punishes Many Older Workers
- The Financial and Mental Health Effects of A Pandemic and What You Can Do About It
- How COVID-19 is exacerbating Detroit’s poverty and racial inequality
- How this New Orleans grocery store owner is trying to sustain his community