The Institute for Policy Studies has numerous projects that address rising inequality and its effects in the United States and the world.
Inequality.org is the premiere portal for the public at large, journalists, teachers, students, academics, and any others seeking information and analysis on wealth and income inequality. Ultimately, our mission is to help end economic inequality in the United States and abroad.
Inequality.org is the premiere portal for the public at large, journalists, teachers, students, academics, and any others seeking information and analysis on wealth and income inequality. Ultimately, our mission is to help end economic inequality in the United States and abroad. Inequality.org is a project of the Institute for Policy Studies, a think tank based in Washington, DC. – See more at: http://dev.inequality.org/about/#sthash.NyG8jpG1.dpuf
Too Much is a monthly newsletter that explores excess and inequality, in the United States and throughout the world. We cover a wide swatch of territory, everything from the latest executive pay outrage to the most current research insights on how staggering income and wealth divides are impacting our health and our happiness. Visit www.TooMuchOnline.org.
Inequality & the Common Good
The program on Inequality & the Common Good focuses on the dangers that growing inequality pose for U.S. democracy, economic health, and civic life. It is a project of the Institute for Policy Studies and based in Boston, MA.
Global Economy Project
The Global Economy project at the Institute for Policy Studies addresses a range of domestic and international economic issues including trade, finance, inequality, and budget policies. The project is based in Washington, DC.
Resilience Circles are small groups of people who come together to increase their personal security through learning, mutual aid, social action, and community support. Circles also go by other names such as Common Security Clubs. Visit www.LocalCircles.org
Class Action and Classism.org
Class Action is a project based at the Program on Inequality and the Common Good. We provide a dynamic framework and analysis, as well as safe space, for people from across the class spectrum to explore class and to identify and begin to dismantle classism. We accomplish this through trainings, workshops, organizational consulting, resources, public awareness, and our blog, Classism Exposed. Visit www.Classism.org
The Other 98%
The Other 98% is a grassroots network of concerned citizens fed up with the status quo in Washington. We seek practical solutions to the many challenges facing America. We stand against the bankers, CEOs and lobbyists who have hijacked our democracy to serve themselves at the expense of everyone else. Visit www.Other98.com
Wealth for Common Good
Wealth for Common Good is a network of business leaders, high-income households and partners working together to promote shared prosperity and fair taxation. Our membership includes entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, school teachers, engineers and elected officials of all backgrounds, political stripes and from all over the country. Visit www.WealthForCommonGood.org
Jamaica Plain Forum
Jamaica Plain Forum is a free, public series of discussions, lectures, workshops, films, and events addressing current topics of interest to the Jamaica Plain community, a neighborhood in Boston where our IPS New England office is based. Visit www.JamaicaPlainForum.org
Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition
The Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition (JPNET) brings together neighbors to address the ongoing challenges of a hurting economy, climate change, and the rising costs of healthcare, food, and energy, and prepare for a transition to a new economy. We are part of Transition U.S. Visit www.jptransition.org