Positive views of capitalism declined by double-digits among young Republicans.
"Median total compensation for Equilar 200 CEOs was the highest in the study's history, totaling $19.7 million," the Equilar report explained.
Our current moment demands action of similarly historic proportions to heal and transform the nation. We need a Third Reconstruction.
The $1.2 trillion gained by America's wealthiest would be enough for two more payments of $1,400 to every single American with change left to spare.
Minority students are capable of great things and can be resilient. It's important that our educational system believe and practice that.
Over 30000 fines were issued, with Black, Asian and minority ethnic people more likely to be fined.
Factors like employment instability, financial hardship and food insecurity (all under-addressed in 2020's relief packages) exacerbate the effects of the pandemic and are directly linked to poor health outcomes.
As it was in the time of FDR and LBJ, power is redistributed only when those without it demand it.
The report pointed to 12 companies—dubbed the "Delinquent Dozen"—that it said have driven "exploding inequality" in American society.
The Muslim Council of Britain and the Institute of Race Relations say the appointment of David Goodhart undermines efforts to tackle racism.
Less than a week before the election, less than half of registered voters say they support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Unpaid internships have been slammed as exploitative by the government and campaigners who say they increase inequality.
The ethnicity pay gap "is costing the British economy as much as £24 billion ($31 billion) a year."
The story of Hurricane Katrina is not one of effective disaster planning or equitable recovery. However, it is a story of how our community took on the challenges of racism and failed governance—and fought for our right to heal.
As people spend more time and run more appliances at home, electric bills are going up—and many cannot afford to pay.
As long as racial animosity exists, white and black Americans are less likely to look upward and see where the wealth and power really have gone.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced his administration will begin working to end health care inequalities in black communities, with the aim of providing coverage to "100 percent" of the state's African-American communities.
In 1967, black households earned 55 percent of what white households earned. In 2014, it was 61 percent. At that rate of improvement, black household incomes should catch up in 2410—maybe.
Inadequate taxation drives the inequality that has made many African-Americans so vulnerable.
"This should shock the conscience of our city," said Mark Levine, chair of the New York City Council's health committee.
The numbers we have are shocking: Though they are less than 15 percent of the UK's population, racial minorities are a third of critically ill COVID-19 hospitalizations.
We're being told to choose between mass unemployment and a massive fatality rate. But we shouldn't fall back when there is the opportunity for moving forward.
Everyone in America is facing hardships, but these hardships collide on the bodies of Black Americans in ways that are more substantial and longer lasting.
Three of the four groups aren't getting what they need to survive this crisis, and as long as that's the case, no one can be secure.
Companies nowadays define success by the profits given to shareholders and executives, not workers. But more money workers have, the more money they will spend, turbo-charging our economy.
South Africa is grappling with a wave of violence that has largely targeted foreign nationals from other African countries.
We have plenty empirical evidence that shows that cash is one of the most effective ways to alleviate the harms of income instability and poverty.
Carson unveiled a proposal to help close a loophole that allows some people in the country illegally to live in government housing while poor Americans wait on lines for years.