Tracy Jan

Washington Post reporter covering the intersection of race and the economy

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Tracy Jan is a reporter for the Washington Post. She covers the intersection of race and the economy.

Tracy Jan on KCRW

After the death of George Floyd and the racial reckoning that followed, companies across America made commitments to more diversity and inclusion.

Companies promised $50 billion for diversity, equity, inclusion. Did they deliver after George Floyd’s death?

After the death of George Floyd and the racial reckoning that followed, companies across America made commitments to more diversity and inclusion.

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At a hearing yesterday, HUD Secretary Ben Carson defended a new plan that would push undocumented immigrants out of public housing.

Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragán on Trump plan to evict undocumented immigrants from public housing

At a hearing yesterday, HUD Secretary Ben Carson defended a new plan that would push undocumented immigrants out of public housing.

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As Tropical Storm Harvey moves on to Louisiana, the toll in Texas so far is 19 dead and 8500 rescued, with disasters declared in 33 Texas counties.

Days of rain, years of pain

As Tropical Storm Harvey moves on to Louisiana, the toll in Texas so far is 19 dead and 8500 rescued, with disasters declared in 33 Texas counties.

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