Giving Compass' Take:
- Michael Reich and Marc Abizeid explain why the $15 minimum wage is essential for improving racial equity in wages.
- What role can you play in increasing the minimum wage and addressing inequality in wages?
- Learn how Black workers are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 recession.
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In this episode of Who Belongs? we look at the impacts of minimum wage increases with Michael Reich, a Professor of Economics and Chair of the Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics at UC Berkeley. Michael Reich is a leading expert on minimum wage research and has published extensively on the topic, including a recent study on how minimum wage hikes reduce racial wage gaps between black and white workers.
Read the full transcript about the $15 minimum wage by Michael Reich and Marc Abizeid at Othering & Belonging Institute.