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NWLC Pres.: 'These pullbacks on unemployment benefits are going to hit women of color especially hard'

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As some states move to roll back the CARES Act federal unemployment boost, women and people of color may be hit especially hard. American Voices host Alicia Menendez speaks with Fatima Goss Graves, President and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center, about the barriers to rejoining the workforce women are continuing to face.