Electric air taxis aren’t going to save the world. Really taxing the rich, on the other hand, could.
How the ultra-wealthy use charitable giving to avoid taxes and exert influence — while ordinary taxpayers foot the bill.
The watershed agreements America’s auto workers won could inspire working people here and abroad. And that’s by design.
The disaster the global super rich fear most may now actually materialize — in 2028, with U.S. auto workers leading the way.
In the United States and globally, our richest are still flourishing at everyone else’s expense.
Execs at massive ‘dollar store’ chains are making fortunes off America’s top-heavy distributions of income and wealth.
UAW activists years ago helped usher in a vastly more equal society. Can history repeat?
SPM data shows a historically steep increase of 4.6 percentage points from 7.8% to 12.4% . “The stark contrast paints a vivid picture of the ways in which poverty is a political choice, not a personal one.”
In our new report, “Still A Dream,” we note progress—alongside some humbling findings about how far we have to go.
Hundreds of prestigious economists don’t think so. The World Bank, unfortunately, does.
Congress should establish a national commission to examine the legacy of slavery and propose reparations funded by breaking up concentrated wealth in the United States.
While our federal government backtracks, state and local lawmakers are increasingly taking action to repair racial divides through policies designed to address racial inequality.
In 1776, public-spirited patriots emerged from the ranks of America’s most privileged. Today’s richest offer up precious little of that public spirit. Why?
IPS Executive Director Tope Folarin and Chuck Collins explore how can fiction shape new narratives for the future.