Coronavirus, Women and Hunger—An Overlooked Intersection – Ms. Magazine

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Many of us are stunned by the coronavirus outbreak, unsure exactly what to do or how to proceed. Should we stockpile food? Work remotely from the couch? Cancel weekend plans?

But what if you don’t have enough money to feed your family in the first place? What if you can’t afford not to show up for work? What if you work in the service industry, where you can’t just work remotely? What if your community is still struggling to recover from the last financial crisis, and you have been out of work for months or years? What if your children’s school closes and they don’t have access to their usual free or reduced-price meals?

These are questions facing millions of low-income Americans—and particularly women—as we face growing uncertainty and tumult.

“Our safety net was created for moments like this. So let’s come together to expand benefits and flexibility…

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