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Government relief provided to millions of Americans because of the coronavirus pandemic is about to come to an end. What goes away? The extra $600 in unemployment checks, a safety net for renters protecting them from evictions, and forgivable federal loans to keep small businesses afloat.
The companies behind brands including Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben's are removing or rethinking the use of imagery perpetuating racial stereotypes in product packaging. Why is this important? As one professor explains, the images "have caused a lot of damage for a long period of time, and that should not be forgotten."
It's a rite of passage for many American teens: finding a summer job. However, the coronavirus pandemic has made the process much more difficult.
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Brett Molina, Money/Tech editor