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Governor Charlie Baker is hoping to bridge the racial homeownership gap in the state of Massachusetts. While his plan is promising, it’s not enough. Massachusetts has the sixth highest racial homeownership gap in the country. White people are almost twice as likely to own homes as Black people. In Boston, the average net worth of […]
On 30th November 2021, Barbados became a republic. Nearly 400 years after the first British ship arrived on the island, and exactly 55 years after independence from British colonial rule, Prime Minister Mia Mottley conducted a ceremony replacing Queen Elizabeth II with Dame Sandra Mason as the head of state. Bells chimed across the capital, […]
Passing the PRO Act offers one of the surest routes to build a cross-race coalition in the US.
The pandemic has forced us to confront uncomfortable and longstanding realities about the health disparities facing racialized and otherwise marginalized communities throughout the country. Here’s what we do about it.
Focusing on increasing diversity within police departments pushes the burden of reform on the same people most impacted by police brutality.
Radically expanding public housing enables us to prioritize affordability, livability, and community governance—a sustainable alternative to the current for-profit system.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BREAKING THE SILENCE COMES TO OAKLAND A NATIONAL TOWN HALL ON GIRLS & WOMEN* OF COLOR *Girls and women of color from across Oakland meet to share their stories and experiences with local decision-makers. (February 15, 2016: Oakland, Calif.) On Saturday. February 27, 2016 at Impact HUB Oakland, 2323 Broadway St., Oakland, […]
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