Labor unions and other pro-worker groups call for an end to taxpayer funding of harmful corporate practices.
Blogging Our Great Divide
New developments on the inequality front? Our Institute for Policy Studies Inequality.org editorial team tracks them here.
A delegation of New York tenant advocates and legislators traveled to the European city renowned for its livability and social housing system. There, housing is a human right, not a commodity – and it looks good, too.
If the Livable Portland campaign proves successful in November, it will demonstrate the power of local organizing when the federal government is gridlocked.
Instead of hiking interest rates, we could be hiking tax rates on excess profits and wealth.
Pols in the Sunshine State would rather keep taxes on the wealthy low than average families safe.
The answer starts in America’s corporate executive suites.
The UN’s secretary-general is speaking truth – about inequality — to our world’s leaders.