Paid internship cuts; The fight to represent descendants of slavery in the census : Here & Now Anytime The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by half a percentage point. Rates are now at a 15-year high, and the last time they were this high was right before the 2008 financial crisis. MSNBC's Ali Velshi joins us. Then, as NPR and other employers cut back or cancel paid internship programs, students looking for work in their field of study are severely impacted especially with a recession looming. Carlos Mark Vera, co-founder and executive director of the nonprofit Pay Our Interns, joins us. And, racial justice advocates are working to have descendants of slavery counted on the 2030 census. They say accurate data is critical for understanding income, education and health disparities within the Black community. Yvette Carnell, president of the ADOS Advocacy Foundation, joins us.