Affirmative Action is under legal threat. What does it do, and how should we think about its future?
2020 was heartbreaking. And, when it wasn’t, it was weird. Sadly, inequality kept going on. Just like normal.
Believe it or not, it has been nearly a year since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the U.S. economy. Time for a checkup.
Apparently storming the U.S. Capitol isn’t quite as likely to get you arrested as protesting racial injustice.
Through July 2020, we have an economic recovery occurring. But, is it equal? I’ve got good news…and bad news.
The unemployment rate has decreased in the last few months. But, the decrease has been unequal, and it’s been much smaller for Black people.
Discrimination and educational inequality result in economic inequality. But, they also cause something harder to see — Black men missing from society.
How is it possible for the racial education gap to close without any closing of the wage gap? Skill-biased Technological Change is how.
As the murder of George Floyd highlights, it’s 2020 and we still haven’t made progress towards racial equality.
Black and Hispanic workers have always made less and been less healthy than white workers. The Coronavirus isn’t helping.