This deal is a sign that there is still a long way to go before our funding priorities match our needs.
But it is not just Russian oligarchs that have been increasingly abusing charity for financial or political gain; U.S. oligarchs do it too.
The power of sports to legitimize a regime means they have the power to delegitimize one, too.
If Putinism is victorious in Ukraine, it will set a horrific precedent not only for other territorial grabs but also other attacks on democracy.
Media Availability: Wealth Inequality Expert Speaking at SXSW About How Russian Oligarchs Hide Their Wealth in U.S. Tax Havens
Thanks to tax havens and tax loopholes, Russian oligarchs and other multi-millionaires and billionaires have succeeded in hiding massive amounts of wealth in the U.S.
Efforts to narrow the racial wealth divide must address the disparities that are at the heart of our nation’s founding and still run through its veins in the 21st century.
The idea that we have to either support military action and sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, or “do nothing,” is a false binary.
Economic sanctions are a weapon of war, not an alternative to war.
Ending the tax-evading ways of Russia’s rich could be a giant step toward reining in oligarchy worldwide.
How the concentration of wealth is warping the giving sector, from our Charity Reform Initiative.
The spending priorities Biden listed in his State of the Union speech don’t match reality. It’s time to invest in the people of this country.
Billionaire donations mostly ignore global pandemic, ecological crisis, spiraling wage and wealth inequality, and racial inequity.
Vladimir Putin is the Franco of today, and Ukraine must become the graveyard of Putinism.
An attempted assassination, criminalization, and violent eviction in 2014 didn’t stop the Peaceful Resistance of La Puya in Guatemala.
The president’s SOTU address tasked Congress with an ambitious agenda, but Biden needs to do much more on his own.