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Reports and Publications

  • State of the Dream 2020

    All people deserve the kind of economic security wealth provides, but numerous practices and policies have worked to limit the accumulation of wealth for women, and particularly women of color. Considering the historical barriers that block building wealth, individual actions... Read more ›
  • State of the Dream 2019: The Perfect Storm

    When natural disasters strike, weather systems and unjust economic systems compound to cause devastation for people of color, in particular, while generating economic opportunity for the wealthy few. State of the Dream 2019: The Perfect Storm explores how race and... Read more ›
  • State of the Dream 2017: Mourning in America

    In 1984, the re-election campaign of Ronald Reagan released an ad with the opening line, “It's morning again in America.” While this ad embodied a momentary sense of optimism, forty years of neoliberal policies have failed working people. This year, with... Read more ›

Training Guides / Charts & Slides

  • Boosts and Blocks Timeline 2022 Update

    This activity gives participants an opportunity to review the impact of various laws, policies, events, and trends on the accumulation of wealth among various racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. Participants reflect on and share their own family and... Read more ›
  • War & The Economy Charts (2022 Edition)

    The team here at UFE is excited to release this timely update to our "War & the Economy" popular education workshop. This interactive 90-minute workshop explores the impact of war and militarism on the US economy, examines militarism from race,... Read more ›
  • The Growing Divide Charts (2022 Edition)

    United for a Fair Economy has designed a very effective set of presentations and workshops called "The Growing Divide: Inequality and the Roots of Economic Insecurity." The charts and slides for this training are free for you to download, at... Read more ›

Webinars

Boston

184 High St., Suite 603
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 423-2148

Durham

711 Mason Road
Durham, NC 27712

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