Why ‘Labor’ is a Woman’s Word and Cowboys Can’t Be Trusted

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It’s time to talk about women’s economics with attitude. It’s time to laugh at what is often absurd and call out what is dangerous. By focusing on voices not typically part of mainstream man-to-man economic discourse, Women Unscrewing Screwnomics will bring you news of hopeful and practical changes and celebrate an economy waged as life—not as war. 


On Labor Day, I caught part of VP candidate Kamala Harris’s news event on CNN. She was in Milwaukee to visit Jacob Blake, the Black father shot in the back seven times by police. She toured a union training program for electrical workers there and had met up with local Black business owners. She noted to the press that “Up to 90 percent of minority and women-owned small businesses did not get the benefit of the PPP.” 

(The PPP is the Payroll Protection Program from the federal CARES Act, intended to help small…

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