Tagged: income inequality
The Institute for Policy Studies’ (IPS) Black Worker Initiative & the National Women’s Law Center invite you to a special briefing and discussion on strategies to promote economic stability among black working women and their families.
In the United States, top corporate execs sometimes make more in an hour than their workers can make in a year. At Mondragon, one of Spain’s largest companies, no execs can make more in an hour than their workers make in a day.
McDonald’s is the latest mega-rich corporate employer to announce it will give workers a raise.
The New York Times and the Washington Post have done some solid reporting on inequality. But this past week doesn’t rank among their finest moments.
First they were the inequality-deniers. Now you might call them the inequality-opportunists.
Americans pay more for an economy that pumps our treasure to the top than you probably think.
As protesters march through our cities, a new study dramatizes that at the heart of our racially fractured society is a hidden system of racial wealth inequalities.
We need to expand the struggle against privatizers.
Since Congress is sitting on its hands, progress on reining in executive over-compensation is cropping up elsewhere.
More than enough, the latest statistical evidence suggests, to warrant a full-fledged federal search. A new banking law in effect this month could start that search in the right direction.