Tag Archives: inclusion

Redlining is still a reality

“From 2009 to 2013, if you lived in a majority-black or Hispanic neighborhood and you wanted to apply for a mortgage, Hudson City Savings Bank was not the place to go,” stated U.S. attorney Paul Fishman. On September 23, the Department of Justice and the … Continue reading

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Understanding America’s “glass floor”

Is America a meritocracy? A new study from Brookings suggests that class mobility doesn’t always have much to do with skills, intelligence, or talent.

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Watch this: 50 years ago in Selma

In March 1965, thousands upon thousands of Americans gathered on the Edmund Pettus Bridge (named for the Grand Dragon of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan) and began a journey that still reverberates throughout the nation. Today, we revisit some remarkable footage from the … Continue reading

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The future of energy democracy

What is energy democracy?

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Meet the new powerhouse battling social injustice

The newest social justice hub, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, is now online. Born of a belief that we all benefit from a fair and inclusive society, the Haas Institute furthers both research and policy while building … Continue reading

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