Amazon’s wage hike is welcome news, but nobody’s well-being should depend on the whims of billionaire CEOs.
Deep digging discussions and book signing with IPS analyst Sam Pizzigati about his book on how egalitarians worldwide are demonstrating that fair income ratios between rich and poor could be both economically viable and politically practical.
New Economic Policy Institute research exposes just how top-heavy many of the places Americans call home have become.
Some rich people fly first class to fancy hotels. Others fly private jets to private islands.
The lasting impact of slavery, red-lining, and mass incarceration, and how they contribute to today’s massive racial wealth gap.
The Poor People’s Campaign’s first week of nonviolent moral direct actions will shine a spotlight on the problems of women in poverty.
The late leader didn’t just criticize racial segregation. He called for an end to economic injustice.
More than 1.7 million viewers tuned in to Bernie Sanders’ inequality town hall streamed on Facebook Live, with tens of thousands more watching it later.
Instead, they’re prioritizing private jet ownership over home ownership.
The Contract Buyers League thought they stamped out predatory contracts for deeds, but thanks to private equity firms, these practices targeting low-income communities of color have resurfaced.
Building on the momentum of the recent election, activists are demanding justice for Grenfell Tower fire victims as part of a broader agenda to narrow economic and racial divides.
Candidate Trump repeatedly bashed high CEO pay, but President Trump has done very little to address CEO pay ratios.
A beneficiary of family wealth speaks out against a Washington, D.C. proposal to pay for estate tax cuts by shortchanging public services.
The Great Recession, a new study shows, has driven the sharpest decline in reported happiness since researchers started collecting consistent data.
A provocative speech implores mainstream economists to recognize the moral burden on economists