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Segregation Incarnated in Brick and Mortar

Segregation Incarnated in Brick and Mortar

Articles | April 27 2018

Column by Andre Perry  "I say, segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever,” Alabama Governor George Wallace infamously proclaimed in 1963 during his inauguration address, making clear he would thwart any effort to integrate...

Gentrification and Social Justice in Baltimore

Gentrification and Social Justice in Baltimore

Articles | April 18 2018

By Tom Hall & Cianna B. Greaves   https://cpa.ds.npr.org/wyprmain/audio/2018/04/Midday_GentrificationSJ_041018_0.mp3   On today's program, a conversation about housing in Baltimore, through the lens of gentrification and...

What the Supreme Court Doesn’t Get About Racism

What the Supreme Court Doesn’t Get About Racism

Articles | April 13 2018

By The Editorial Board (NY Times) This is part of a series on voting in America, which will run up to Election Day in November. For Part 1, on the importance of voting, go here. And for Part 2, on a court case over a Kansas voter registration...

PUSH Buffalo in New York is Improving Health by Taking on Housing

PUSH Buffalo in New York is Improving Health by Taking on Housing

Announcements | April 10 2018

PUSH Buffalo, NY - The video is one way we’re educating policymakers and the public about how housing, education, economic development, and other sectors have contributed to inequities in health, but also have an important role to play in...

Are We Worried Sick About the Rent?

Are We Worried Sick About the Rent?

Articles | April 10 2018

By Candace Butera There’s been quite a bit of research linking financial insecurity to poor health outcomes. The connection is, on its face, an obvious one, as a depleted checking account can cause stress, which can manifest in our bodies and...

Government Watchdog Finds Racial Bias in School Discipline

Government Watchdog Finds Racial Bias in School Discipline

Articles | April 5 2018

By Erica L. Green WASHINGTON — Black students continue to be disciplined at school more often and more harshly than their white peers, often for similar infractions, according to a new report by Congress’s nonpartisan watchdog agency, which...

The Epidemic of Wrongful Convictions in America

The Epidemic of Wrongful Convictions in America

Articles | April 2 2018

By Elie Mystal THE CADAVER KING AND THE COUNTRY DENTIST A True Story of Injustice in the American South By Radley Balko and Tucker Carrington 416 pp. PublicAffairs. $28. America’s bottomless fascination with “true crime” stories and...

Economic Anxiety Didn’t Make People Vote Trump, Racism Did

Economic Anxiety Didn’t Make People Vote Trump, Racism Did

Articles | March 23 2018

By Sean McElwee and Jason McDaniel   Was Donald Trump elected because of racism or economic anxiety? Few questions about the 2016 election have generated more analysis. As we’ve previously written, it is clear racism propelled Trump to...

Escaping Poverty Requires Almost 20 Years With Nearly Nothing Going Wrong

Escaping Poverty Requires Almost 20 Years With Nearly Nothing Going Wrong

Articles | March 21 2018

By Gillian B. White A lot of factors have contributed to American inequality: slavery, economic policy, technological change, the power of lobbying, globalization, and so on. In their wake, what’s left? That’s the question at the heart of...

Environmental Racism Is the New Jim Crow

Environmental Racism Is the New Jim Crow

Articles, Video | March 20 2018

https://youtu.be/nnF5I7lt6nQ Video by The Atlantic African Americans face disproportionate rates of lead poisoning, asthma, and environmental harm. Staff writer Vann R. Newkirk II argues that discrimination in public planning is to blame....