Shrinking the Racial Wealth Gap without Focusing on Race: An Interview with the Kirwan Institute’s Darrick Hamilton
To help address the ever-increasing racial wealth gap, Darrick Hamilton, executive director of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, suggests that the federal government stop looking to the free market to level the playing field and instead establish a birthright to capital.
Through the development of novel software and a deep commitment to the user experience, Jimmy Chen is improving the food stamp experience for America’s 40 million recipients and rethinking how to address consumer financial health.
Broward County Public Schools wanted to do business differently. The Urban League of Broward County helped.
David Autor, associate chair of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s department of economics, notes that we are living in an age of automation anxiety. But this is not the first time we have experienced a comparable level of public concern.