The Nation’s Inequality

By: April Ryan, aprildryan.com | AURN In Washington, a new study on inequality has been released and it puts a spotlight on economic pain for those at the lower rungs of the financial ladder.

Where Credit is Due Book Cover

The Haas Institute is pleased to announce the recent launch of a new book edited by Director John A. Powell and Kirwan Institute Outreach Director Christy Rogers: Where Credit Is Due.

Listen: 

See: Haas Institute


Comments

  1. Detroit Bankruptcy: Debt and Democracy……It began in early 2012, when lawyers form The Jones Day Law Firm, in conjunction with the investment banking firm Miller Buckfire, began secretly meeting with Gov. Snyder’s office and other State Officials to figure out how to thwart the Will of Michigan Voters.

  2. Blackonomics: “The Delusion of U.S. Economic Progress.”Imagine the U.S. dollar being worthless.”Picture millionaires and billionaires becoming”thousand-aires overnight. Think about the possibility of 200 million U.S. citizens being unable to eat unless the government provides food for them.” Think about it.

  3. Predatory Governments, Redline Neighborhoods by Banks, Criminalize Black Communities by Turning Minor Misdemeanor Offenses into Major Felony Crimes,That Results in Probation and Unfair Fines, That Exceeds out of Control and a Revolving Door Back to Jails & Prision. We must Recommit to Think, Decide and Act Together, Against Extreme Poverty…And a Plan For a World Where No-One is Left Behind…Our Aim Must be Prosperity For All, Not Just a Few.

  4. I attended a worksop with Jason Reece in Toledo, Ohio where he broke down the issues of redlining policies & how it has effected public health. Very interesting to see how racism and policies effect individuals.

Speak Your Mind

*