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Racial Wealth Divide


Numb to the ‘Economic Recovery’

July 18, 2016 /

by Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

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by Holly Heafey


African American and Latino households still haven't recovered to pre-recession levels, another sign of the growing racial wealth divide.  Recently the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its employment situation report, which...

Our Racial Wealth Gap Is No Accident

July 13, 2016 /

by Josh Hoxie


For the first time, Democrats are acknowledging America's deep racial wealth gap — and the policies that created it. Party platforms are dense and often morosely boring documents filled with...

Working While Black

July 12, 2016 /

by Marc Bayard


With people of color soon dominating the working class, it's even more important that everyone earns a living wage. Without this we are doomed to eternal inequality. The Black and Brown...

For Democrats, a Platform Turnaround

July 7, 2016 /

by Josh Hoxie


The pending new Democratic Party platform rejects the insensitivity to inequality that has oozed through the party’s platforms over recent years. In an era of seemingly endless political commentary, you...

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