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A new report by the Economic Policy Institute states that the isolation of socially and economically disadvantaged African American students is increasing.
The Economic Policy Institute says that little has changed in economic and educational conditions for African-Americans in the last 50 years.
Though 401(k) plans are supposed to build wealth, a new study by the Economic Policy Institute suggests that these plans are actually exacerbating wealth inequality
A study finds that persistence in the Black labor force helps fuel a high unemployment rate.
NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the National Women’s Law Center released “Unlocking Opportunity for African American Girls” as a call to action for educational equity.
New research by Georgetown Public Policy Institute breaks down the growing racial polarization in America's higher education system, especially in the country's top well-funded and selective institutions.
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The March on Washington identified some goals for African-Americans, many of which have gone unrealized.
A study from the American Institute for Economic Research shows that minorities and women tech workers earn thousands less than their white male co-workers each year.
New York City schools are more racially segregated than any other state in the United States, according to a report released by the Civil Rights Project at UCLA.