Conceptual Designs for Equitable Development in Portland, Oregon
Some rich people fly first class to fancy hotels. Others fly private jets to private islands.
Black women, suffering from both the gender and racial wealth gap, are using their voting power to fight back.
Restore the state estate tax.
The president’s offer to pardon people unjustly behind bars is a welcome one. But he could do so, so much more.
A toxic combination of exploitation, corruption, and greed tarnish soccer’s governing body.
Local gentrification cycles have been “supercharged” by the fact that many cities are now a global destination to park investment capital.
The newest plank of immigration enforcement? Piling children into overcrowded detention centers.
America’s largest state once offered residents a world-class, debt-free college education. It could again, and so could your state.
Amid rising inequality, a new book argues, the notion of capping income has suddenly become politically plausible.
A DC law seeks to identify and address the root causes of crime while moving away from the failed status quo of policing and punishment.
This is just the latest congressional favor for the Fraternal Order of the Police.
By leveraging the power of the public purse against corporations that pay their top execs outrageously more than their workers, we could help jump-start a democratic “New Economy.”
While some white people were calling the cops on people of color, others joined them — and members of every other community — in a huge sweep of actions in state capitals.
From Hong Kong to Los Angeles, people of ordinary means are squeezing into expensive housing and subsidizing country clubs for the golfing super rich.