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By Stephen Menendian and Arthur Gailes October 30, 2019 Introduction This series investigates the persistent problem of racial residential segregation...
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Work for justice and liberation requires the inclusion of arts and culture. The Haas Institute’s Notes on A Cultural Strategy...
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On October 18, 2019, Stephen Menendian and Richard Rothstein published a review of a landmark new book on racial residential...
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The rampant displacement seen today in the San Francisco Bay Area is built upon a history of exclusion and dispossession,...
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Water Tower in Ann Arbor, Michigan
September 23, 2019 By Richard Zarrella & Wendy Ake Editing and Fact Checking by Alyson M. Reimer Ann Arbor Water...
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By Alicia Garza The term “identity politics” was first coined by Black feminist Barbara Smith and the Combahee River Collective...
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This brief is the first part of the Bold Policy Series published by the Haas Institute for a Fair and...
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By Pastor Michael McBride In his historic 1984 speech at Tindley Temple Church in Philadelphia, Rev. Jesse Jackson declared, “Our...
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Othering & Belonging 2019 Report
We are pleased to present this report about our remarkable 2019 Othering & Belonging Conference , which was held April...
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Download this report here . Read the press release here . In 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed a bipartisan...
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chart shows racial segregation has changed very little since 1970, and remains almost exactly at the same level
By Stephen Menendian and Samir Gambhir * May 28, 2019 Introduction This series investigates the persistent problem of racial residential...
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To the government’s many agencies and departments, the MFA appears to be a bank. But it is actually just a broker, splitting up deposits among several partner banks who are responsible for investing it.
By Tom Sgouros July 9, 2019 Introduction Across America there is a disturbing level of dissatisfaction with the banking system...
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