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Joint Center Takes on Inequality
Amid talk about the economic burden African-Americans are carrying, the Economic Summit by the Join...


Obama Names New Council of Economic Advisors Chairman
President Obama names Princeton economist Alan Krueger to head the Council of Economic Advisors. Kr...


Commentary: In Post-Mandela South Africa, Economic Challenges Loom
While Nelson Mandela ushered in an important era in post-apartheid South Africa, his successors hav...


Mandela Chose to Quit, While Mugabe Stays Put
Former South African president Nelson Mandela and Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe shared similar...


Commentary: A Christmas Tale of Two Cities
Economic inequality is the defining social justice issue of our time....


Commentary: We Must End Poverty and Inequality in America
Rep. John Conyers says we must act to break the persistent link between poverty and the criminal ju...


Prominent Economist Says Obama Can't Be Let Off the Hook on Race
Economist Bernard Anderson says President Obama must summon the courage to address racial inequalit...


Obama Pushes for Income Equality in Struggling DC Neighborhood
President Obama calls for steps to restore upward economic mobility....


Obama Touts Economic Gains Under His Watch
President Obama says economy is recovering despite Republicans....


Commentary: Government Alone Can’t Create Racial Equality
Government aid alone will not help close the income gap....


Racial Inequality and the Independent Foreclosure Review
The federal government has created a free program — called the Independent Foreclosure Review — to ...


South Africa to Vote Next Week
Twenty years after their nation's first all-race presidential vote, South Africans will head to the...


When Economy Dips, Blacks Get 'Blacker,' Study Says
A new study from New York University tested economic scarcity on racial perceptions....


Commentary: The True Lessons of Detroit
Why the city should be empowering its entrepreneurs....


Clinton Warns Poverty Fuels Nigeria Violence
Former president Bill Clinton warned Nigerians Monday that the stark economic inequality the countr...


This Day in Black History: July 18, 1918
Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid activist and president of South Africa, was born on this day in 1918...


Chicago to Study Disparities in Black Communities
The new commission will examine why Blacks lag in various social and economic areas and report find...


Why Do Some Blacks Feel Disconnected From the Occupy Movement?
Some experts admit that a disconnect between the African-American community and the Wall Street pro...


AFL-CIO's EVP Baker Talks Labor in 2010
Today is Labor Day but it has certainly not been a picnic for America’s workers. Working peop...


News| Remembering Rosa | Too Tired To Be Oppressed
Posted October 25, 2005 -- When Rosa Parks sat down for justice, she motivated lots of African-Amer...

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