Meera Jagannathan, Moneyish

Meera Jagannathan


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Meera:

Reality check from Greta Thunberg: It has never been a ‘happy Earth Day’

‘#EarthDay has turned into an opportunity for people in power to post their “love” for the planet, while at the same time destroying it,’ Thunberg says. → Read More

Nurses of color confront a ‘dual pandemic’ of workplace racism and COVID fears

‘There’s urgent need to not only recruit but to retain talented nurses of color.’ → Read More

How to break the half-century trend where Black women are last to regain jobs

‘Where we were right before the pandemic is not necessarily the goal.’ → Read More

Discrimination and harassment against Asian American and Pacific Islander women is ‘still rampant’

Incidents targeting AAPI women stem from ‘a long history of anti-AAPI sentiment and misogyny,’ a new report says. → Read More

White men who face these challenges in life are more likely to recognize white privilege

This recognition could translate to support for policies to tackle racial inequities, a new study suggests. → Read More

As Supreme Court weighs abortion, here's what 3 companies are thinking

Yelp, Ben & Jerry's and Trillium Asset Management share how they're approaching the potential fall of Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Is it time for corporate America to throw down the gauntlet on abortion?

‘This is not like you can ignore what is a fundamental healthcare-access issue for literally half the population.’ → Read More

Want to support your female colleagues — particularly in a male-dominated field? Do this one thing

Obstacles faced by women in male-dominated workplaces can include scarcity of mentorship and career development, and 'caring mother' or 'office housekeeper'... → Read More

Who wins and loses in the return to the office — and how to avoid a ‘diversity crisis’

Companies can take steps to avoid creating a new tier of 'second-class employees,' one expert says → Read More

Should schools and employers mandate COVID vaccination? Americans are split

‘I do believe at the local level … there should be more mandates,’ Anthony Fauci said Sunday. → Read More

The No. 1 reason workers are considering switching jobs

Workers appear to have gained newfound leverage as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession and businesses reopen. → Read More

Surprise medical bills often strike after childbirth — but help is on the way

Unexpected medical bills are estimated to be 'more frequent and larger' in cases involving cesarean delivery or neonatal intensive care. → Read More

The Tulsa Race Massacre destroyed generations of Black wealth. This descendant is seeking ‘economic justice’

‘The younger generation gives me hope,’ says Nehemiah Frank, the editor-in-chief of The Black Wall Street Times. → Read More

60% of Americans want police to be held more accountable for mistreatment of Black people, new poll says

Concerns about how Black Americans and other minorities are treated by the criminal justice system remain higher than in previous years. → Read More

‘It’s not just about what’s on that card’: Don’t post your COVID-19 vaccination card on social media — here’s why

‘Why give the bad guys more ammunition than they need?’ → Read More

Want to ‘wait and see’ before you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Read this first

Though access to COVID-19 vaccines remains limited, polling suggests a slice of Americans want to “wait and see” how the shots work for other people before they get vaccinated themselves. But experts say that getting the vaccine as soon as it’s available to you will be vital for protecting yourself and others, stopping virus variants in their tracks, and resuming some level of normalcy. The… → Read More

Black Americans are more likely to travel farther to get COVID-19 vaccines

‘You’re just adding to the likelihood that someone would not be vaccinated.’ → Read More

With 400,000 Americans dead from COVID-19, Trump refers to the pandemic in past tense

'As bad as the pandemic was, we were hit so hard just like the entire world was hit so hard,' the outgoing president said Wednesday during a farewell speech. → Read More

The percentage of women who’ve experienced online sexual harassment has doubled since 2017

Some 20% of all survey respondents said they've been harassed online due to their politics — up from 14% three years earlier. → Read More

Want family members to get COVID-19 vaccination? Try Apple’s tactic for selling AirPods — and these other psychological approaches

'It will be tragic if we fail to curtail the virus because Americans refuse to be vaccinated.' → Read More