Racial wealth gap
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who's also running for president, argued that canceling all student debt would widen the racial wealth gap.
The 2020 presidential candidate laid out the proposal along with Democratic House Whip James Clyburn.
Nevertheless, we have much history yet to make if we are to usher the nation into an era not defined by racial economic inequality
Economic inequality in Chicago will not be fixed overnight but with investments in the work of local organizations, and significant
Conversations about race often feature reminders that, although imperfect, our society has made much progress toward racial equity.
Yet, it should be noted that while the size of the black community decreased post-Katrina, there has been growth in the Latino
The Reality of Racial Inequality and African Americans No meaningful progress can be made on the larger issue of racial economic
We see it on the news. We see it in our communities. Ferguson, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Dallas . . . no matter where we live, we confront stories highlighting the consequences of a society divided deeply by race and opportunity. And we all struggle to find ways to make a difference.
Eric J. Cooper is the founder and president of the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education, a nonprofit professional
The result today is an enormous gap in homeownership. More than 70 percent of white households own their home compared to less than half of black and Latino families.