Race

Shopping and Race Relations

— Maz

This photo and audio project is a re-telling of a hilarious true story. It makes light of those seemingly trivial interactions that suggest we're not actually living in a post-racial society. Dealing with the economic disparities and social decays that heavily affect communities of color has to start with that collective realization. Race doesn't have to be a big deal. But, it still matters. See United for a Fair Economy's annual State of the Dream reports, released every January in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., to learn more about the history, current state, and solutions to the growing racial wealth divide.

Reporte del Día de MLK: Estado del Sueño 2013

— Maz
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El décimo reporte anual del Día de Martin Luther King Jr., de UFE El Estado del Sueño 2013: Un Largo Camino a Casa traza el estado de la división racial de la riqueza en los E.U y pone delante soluciones creativas para solucionar las desigualdades raciales persistentes.

Why is Oprah the Only Black Person on the Forbes 400?

— Maz
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Oprah Winfrey is the only African American on the Forbes 400, a list of the wealthiest people in the U.S. In fact, she's one of only six known Black billionaires in the world, and she's the only Black woman with a fortune worth more than a billion dollars. Let's take stock of how truly remarkable it is that Oprah became OPRAH...

VIDEO: Reflections on Popular Economics Education

— Shannon M.
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Now THIS is how you create a movement. In this video, newly minted Popular Economics Educators offer reflections on their experience at UFE's most recent Training of Trainers Institute.

OP-ED: Thirty-Year Forecast Shows Deepening Racial Inequalities

— Maz
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The Trayvon Martin case illustrates that we still have a hard time dealing with issues of race in this country. The issue of racial injustice, coupled with economic injustice, is not likely to fade away. If current trends continue, we will witness widening gaps in income and wealth, as well as in education and incarceration rates.

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