Black and other farmers of color are seeing a restoration of land that was stolen or cheated from them as a key step to strengthening their economic power.
The racial wealth gap exists by historical design. In order to undo that divide, we need to be just as intentional.
People facing housing loss often have to move quickly, without funds. These volunteers are there to help.
Residents of Ironton, Louisiana are rallying for their share of recovery funds.
Republican America is poorer, more violent, and less healthy than Democratic America. But Republicans’ blame is misplaced.
The philanthropic sector needs to shift its focus toward those organizations that best understand the communities they serve.
Two guaranteed income projects in New York City and Atlanta are showing how modest monthly cash payments to low-income women of color can make a huge difference in alleviating race and gender-based economic inequities.
Evalynn Romano, the daughter of custodians, offers clear, achievable solutions to affirm the dignity and health of this largely BIPOC workforce.
President Biden has already committed to addressing systemic racism. Here’s a good place to start.
Unchecked inflation can be damaging, but what we’re seeing in the U.S. is a fundamentally different issue: one in which inflation is being politicized.
Conventional banking hasn't worked for businesses owned by people of color. But a new network is designed to get money flowing fairly to BIPOC economies.
How to decolonize wealth through reparations.
After years of grassroots activism, the city has found success in addressing historical housing discrimination through community land trusts.
Occupy Wall Street gave the left ideas, skills, and a base in a way no one could have imagined a decade ago. The radicalization of a generation, the ability to easily explain class, the potential for mass nonviolent direct action, and crowbarring politics to let in socialist ideas and elected officials are all invaluable legacies.
We can’t talk about corruption and tax dodging around the world when we’re encouraging it at home.
And how tax havens—including in the U.S.—are used to hide money from tax authorities.
The Bush administration used the attacks to label dissent and protests against international trade agreements as terrorism. Now movements have recovered their lost momentum.
We keep saying we can’t go back to the way we were before the pandemic. But we just might be doing that.
Supplemental Security Income, a lifeline for the elderly and disabled, hasn’t been updated since the 1970s. Now is the time to close the gap.