Segregation and racial disparities in home appreciation put African Americans at a disadvantage in their ability to build equity and accumulate wealth.
Progressive Governance Can Turn the Tide for Black Farmers
When a Job Is Not Enough
The Madness Doesn’t End in March
Conservative Lawmakers Are Suppressing Voters—Here’s What You Can Do to Fight Back
Black and Latinx students’ disparate experiences with student loan debt compared with their white counterparts may affect their choice to enter or stay in the teaching profession.
The time is now for policymakers to take a bold and comprehensive approach to K-12 education.
Florida officials are rejecting the will of the people in order to suppress the vote.
Higher education is failing many borrowers of color, and identifying solutions will require collecting better data.
This week, Daniella and Ed speak with Darrick Hamilton, executive director of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at The Ohio State University, to discuss the U.S. economy, inequality, and reparations.
Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu speaks at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference on the importance of a true reckoning with America’s past in order to truly guarantee dignity and opportunity to all.
Stacey Abrams spoke at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference, sharing her three solutions to combat voter suppression efforts and amplify new voices.
The war on drugs crushed economic opportunity in African American and Latinx communities, but marijuana tax revenue can help fuel job growth.
Lawmakers must dismantle the crime bill’s harmful policies and enact solutions that reduce reliance on incarceration, prevent unnecessary criminalization, and eliminate the draconian laws keeping millions of Americans in prison.
Newly proposed legislation will help colleges identify ways to better serve students of all backgrounds.
President Trump’s end run around Congress would take nutrition assistance away from at least 755,000 people.
Lawmakers who are considering what should follow the FIRST STEP Act, the federal sentencing and prison reform effort, must begin by reversing the infrastructure that the 1994 federal crime bill created.
This week, Daniella and Ed speak with Kim Foxx, the state's attorney for Cook County, Illinois, about what it means to be a progressive prosecutor.
Policymakers and economists must consider the challenges of disabled workers and other populations who face high labor market barriers when evaluating the health of the labor market and implementing policies that affect it.