Feature Image: Illustration by Surakit. (Adobe Stock image) Then here’s what you should do, says Memphis labor and employment expert, Cindy Ettingoff. By Tammy Joyner, for…View More Can’t find daycare? Can’t do social distancing while on the job?
Feature Image: Adobe Stock Image Kroger warehouse union rep: ‘I was scared. There are so many bodies up in there.’ PLUS: Tips on easing back into the…View More Fear, skepticism follow Memphians back to work during reopening phases
Feature Image: Rachel Johnson, performing at University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is maintaining her entrepreneurial drive while responding to barriers presented by the pandemic. Photo courtesy…View More Pandemic strikes sour note for Memphis musician’s big plans
Memphis Theological Seminary dean reflects on phased openings while COVID-19 crisis continues. By Peter R. Gathje, for MLK50 Schools and businesses shuttered. Massive numbers of…View More Reopening debate raises question: What kind of people do we want to be?
Frank Johnson: ‘We can’t go back to the normal way of doing things because the normal in this country is dangerous.’ Image: Self portrait by…View More Substitute teacher’s plan to revitalize his community derailed by COVID-19
The following is part of an essay series from Memphis workers affected by COVID-19. The series is produced by MLK50: Justice Through Journalism in partnership with High…View More I’m a housekeeper and DJ—my income is now zero. I’m one of the lucky ones.