In its exploration of the unfair seizure of a Black couple’s land, The Guardian explores not only the efforts to return the property to its descendants but also how past injustice leads to current economic inequity.
National Public Radio explores how appraisers contribute to economic disparity by specifically undervaluing Black and Latino homes.
This story from The New York Times shares the unequal home appraisal practices creating economic disparity and unfairness.
National Public Radio explores the economic inequity leading to mostly poor and people of color receiving less if any federal government aid following climate-driven disasters.
Comedian Trevor Noah shares his thoughts on racial injustice and police brutality as well as how the contract between society and Black Americans has been constantly broken.
Examine the forgotten history of how U.S. federal, state and local governments unconstitutionally segregated every major metropolitan area in America through law and policy.
Episode four of this six-part episodic podcast exploring systemic racism in various sectors of Milwaukee discusses income disparities and its effects.
Author Heather McGhee discusses the anti-government sentiment that emerged in the wake of the Civil Rights movement and what it still costs all Americans.
Learning for Justice and Host Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries shares the lessons we should have learned about American History in school through the voices of leading scholars and educators.
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