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State of the Dream 2013
State of the Dream 2013: A Long Way From Home
UFE's tenth annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day report shows that the racial wealth divide remains and tells the story of how the Great Recession took a greater economic toll on Black and Latino families than on White families.
Housing continues to be a driving force in the hemmorhaging of wealth in communities of color. This report examines the link between housing and asset-building policies and the impacts of those policies on persistent racial inequities.
If you are a member of the media or a blogger on social and economic issues and would like to schedule an interview with a co-author or partnering spokesperson, please contact Maz Ali, firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-423-2148 x101.
|4/25/2013||Charlotte Post (NNPA)||Financial Aid Cuts Limits College Access|
|4/16/2013||Sacramento Observer (NNPA)||Blacks Less Prepared for Next Financial Crisis|
|2/17/2013||Kansas City Star||A Facet of Black History That Needs to Change|
|1/31/2013||Florida Courier||Until Housing is a Right, Blacks Will Live Marginalized Lives|
|1/30/2013||North Dallas Gazette (syndicated by NNPA)||Blacks Bear Brunt of Great Recession Wealth Loss|
|1/25/2013||WMBR, "What's Left?"|
Interview with UFE's Tim Sullivan & Maz Ali
|1/24/2013||Boston Neighborhood Network||VIDEO: Chris Lovett interviews Tim Sullivan and Maz Ali on Neighborhood Network News|
(scroll to 21:05 for this segment)
|1/21/2013||Between the Lines|
Interview with UFE's Tim Sullivan
|1/21/2013||CBS News 12 (South Florida)||Get Ready To Pay Even More For Groceries|