Compared to the national average, mail delay complaints are nearly 50 percent higher in zip codes with populations that are more than 45 percent Black, Indigenous, or other people of color.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Uber and Lyft Notch Another Corporate Victory in the Global Exploitation of ‘Gig Workers’
Upcoming negotiations for a UN Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights provide a critical opportunity for governments and business to demonstrate their commitment to responsible corporate conduct.
The Association of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil received the Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award for standing up to powerful corporations and an oppressive government.
The Trump administration took $1 billion in stimulus money that was supposed to go towards making masks and other protective equipment for the pandemic — and gave most of it to weapons manufacturers.
The New Physics of Inequality: Compounding Advantage for the Rich and Accelerating Disadvantage for the Bottom 60 Percent
Researchers examine how inequality is becoming more durable and intractable.
Wall Street executives are taking advantage of the pandemic to enrich themselves while plundering companies in their portfolios and putting workers' jobs at greater risk.
When Trump Said He’d Make Corporations Bring Back Jobs, He Was Lying to Me and Other Heartland Workers
The president is bragging about his trade and jobs record in the Midwest. So why didn’t he lift a finger when GM shut down my factory?