The Ryan Budget Once Again Hurts Communities of Color
For the fourth straight year, Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget leaves communities of color behind in order to protect tax breaks for millionaires, Big Oil and big corporations.
The State of Women of Color in the United States
Report CAP examines both the progress made and the challenges remaining for women of color across the country.
Issue Brief Higher-education institutions, particularly those that disproportionately serve students of color, play a critical role in educating low-income students and reducing economic inequality.
How the Ryan Budget Hurts Communities of Color
The fiscal year 2015 Ryan budget once again puts millionaires, big corporations, and Big Oil ahead of communities of color.
Of Bats, Gloves, and an All-In Nation
What America’s pastime can teach us about what it takes to achieve the American Dream of equal opportunity.
What Anita Hill’s Struggle Still Teaches Women About Equality
More than 20 years after the solitary law professor stood up for herself to give visibility and voice to women’s rights, the struggle for gender equality and fairness continues.
Interactive: How Immigrants Will Reshape Our Workforce
In the coming decades, immigrants and their children will grow our economic future and strengthen our workforce. Watch the video and then explore the data yourself.
A New Force for America’s Families
Issue Brief A brief on how African American and Latina women view the economy.
The Role of People of Color in the Future Workforce
By 2030, people of color will play a much more significant role in the American workforce.
Fact Sheet: The State of Latinas in the United States
Issue Brief This is a snapshot of how Latina women are faring in health, education, entrepreneurship, economic security, and political leadership.
The Benefits of Increasing the Minimum Wage for People of Color
If the minimum wage were increased to $10.10 per hour, blacks, Hispanics, and Asians would see an increase in total wages of $16.1 billion.