By Tanvi Misra

From the  violent misogyny spewing out from one campaign, to perhaps more predictable  sexism targeting the other , gender has emerged as a hot election-season issue, with conversations about the  daily experiences of women taking place on a national stage.

It might be a good moment to take a deeper look at women of color, who face particular economic and social challenges by virtue of their gender  and skin color. A  new report by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) does just that, tracing the geography of American womankind and revealing where different racial and ethnic groups of women actually live.

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