The president has the power to use federal contracting standards to encourage pay equity and respect for labor rights at companies like Amazon.
Blogging Our Great Divide
New developments on the inequality front? Our Institute for Policy Studies Inequality.org editorial team tracks them here.
As inequality has grown in the U.S., the nation’s charitable system is in danger of becoming a taxpayer-subsidized platform of private power for the ultra-wealthy. This poses risks to the independent nonprofit sector and our society as a whole. It's time for reform — and we have some ideas.
A promising new national campaign is aiming to ‘TURN’ around a profoundly unequal USA.
Concerns about warehousing charity dollars and tax subsidies for wealthy donors and perpetual foundations transcend partisan divide.
Giving USA 2022 is the gold-standard report on charitable giving in the United States. But this year's story glosses over two important pieces of long-term context: what has happened to the giving capacity of typical Americans, and where much of the charitable giving has actually gone.
The November ballot in Camden may include a proposal to require companies to report how many jobs they’re creating for residents of the low-income city.
With a poverty rate at 22 percent, the LGBTQ+ community needs more than rainbow flag avatars on social media from multi-million dollar corporations.