Dreams Deferred presents a snapshot of the racial wealth divide in the United States today, looking at the current state of household wealth, income, homeownership, debt, and other economic factors. It also reviews long-term trends that led to this current moment, as well as, the historical policies and contributors to this deepening divide.
This report contains the main findings from the research that comprises the 2018 Prosperity Now Scorecard. It is a departure from the tone and format of our past Scorecard reports, but a necessary departure if we are to make a meaningful contribution to current national and state policy discussions.
A new research report out today from the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP), titled Nonprofit Diversity Efforts: Current Practices and the Role of Foundations, shares nonprofit leaders’ views on their diversity pursuits — and how their foundation funders are interacting with or supporting them in this area.
A new report from the World Bank Group shows that inequality is gendered — and the global economy is losing out on $160 trillion by allowing the gender wealth gap to persist.
Racial Equity Here is a national movement to advance racial equity by dismantling structural racism, city by city, town by town.
Yes, women today earn less than men, but according to a recent SoFi study, they’re also investing their earnings less—which means they’re missing out on the opportunity to grow their wealth on a much larger scale.
Through a six-month process of deep learning convened by the Boston Fed and facilitated by external consultant Cynthia Silva Parker, senior associate at the Interaction Institute for Social Change, the working group studied the root causes of racial wealth inequalities, prioritized possible solutions, and created a shared agenda.
This report by Equity in the Center and ProInspire identifies the personal beliefs and behaviors, cultural characteristics, operational tactics, and practices that accelerate measurable progress toward race equity. It offers a roadmap for making racial equity a core focus for organizations working for positive social change.
This comprehensive, first-of-its kind report commissioned by Hyams Foundation and conducted by The MassINC Polling Group shows policy priorities for people of color in Boston, including education, criminal justice, race relations, and economic opportunity.