The celebrated French economist is back with an ambitious and optimistic work of social science, which argues that inequality always relies on ideology.
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“It puts debt collectors in a position of giving legal advice to consumers,” Neeb said. “And it’s pretty complicated.”
Despite initial opposition from Noem’s office, senators were convinced enough by the educators’ passion to give the bill a chance, said Sarah Pierce, the director for the South Dakota Education Equity Coalition, the group trying to start the schools.
Transparency about salaries can make workplaces more equitable, especially for women and people of color. Why are so few Americans willing to open up?
“My income is now $1,077 per month, which according to guidelines, would mean that I could afford a $300 a month apartment which included utility costs,” Brown said. “Obviously there isn’t anything in Eau Claire or anywhere else probably in the country that fits those criteria.”
We see the consequences of this stigma not only in our neighborhoods, but in our families. Black people in redlined neighborhoods were robbed of the ability to improve their homes and communities because the government only facilitated investment, development and growth in White suburbs.
Redlining got a lot of air time in the Nevada Democratic presidential debate. The discriminatory practice could be making a comeback.
Two years ago, a photographer began documenting the remaining Black-owned bars and lounges on a storied stretch of St. Bernard Avenue. Inside these spaces, tradition is paramount.
A bipartisan tradition of no prosecutions and weak fines against big banks continues.
There are pros to a reverse mortgage, but the complexity of the product means you shouldn’t overlook the cons.
After the Civil War, the nature-loving commander in chief ‘knew the country was going to have to heal environmentally,’ a historian says.
“The end goal we see locally is more direct and accelerated investment in these things like affordable housing, renewable energy, small business,” says Kurtis Wu, who co-founded the San Francisco Public Banking Coalition.
Judy Shelton had defended previous positions in a written response to senator’s initial queries.
He’s spent a lot of this campaign trying to reassure voters that he’s macho enough to take on Trump by trading insults on Twitter. Personally, I’d prefer someone brave enough to answer basic questions about his beliefs.
Here are three ways community banks can use the changing definition of community to reimagine their strategic vision.