Policymakers can take a bold approach to close equity gaps by redesigning workforce accountability to focus on job quality while addressing problems that disproportionately affect workers of color.
After four years under siege, rural America deserves equitable investment and a meaningful partnership with Washington.
Congress should close—not expand—capital gains loopholes and tax income from wealth the same as income from work.
The Minority Business Development Agency has tremendous potential to create the conditions for economic growth and opportunity in Black communities.
Please join the Center for American Progress for an important conversation with leading economists to discuss the economic status of Black women and the need for a more inclusive economic narrative that prioritizes the real-world challenges Black women face.
Employers and policymakers must take concrete steps to avoid replicating and perpetuating longstanding racial, gender, and ethnic biases in workplaces of the future to create equitable environments where women have the best chance of success.
March 19 marks how far into the new year minimum wage workers must work to earn the same amount they did in 2009, the year Congress last increased the federal minimum wage.
Congress must work to address the issues that are facing homeless individuals, families, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Place-based economic development policies must prioritize communities over corporations.
While payday lenders have traditionally preyed on vulnerable populations, they now have a new target: young people. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has allowed Washington’s culture of corruption to support this predatory industry.
U.S. regulators should protect the financial system from climate-related risks and help facilitate a smooth transition to a greener economy.
Rural America has yet to recover from the Great Recession, but by leveraging its communities’ unique strengths, it can build a brighter future for everyone.
New CAP work details a workforce redesign approach to ensuring quality training and employment.
Redesigning for equity in workforce development would ensure job quality for all workers, increase competitiveness, and drive inclusionary growth.
The United States needs federal leadership to ensure that it has a civil justice system that works for all Americans.