Join theconversation with IPS's Chuck Collins and a signing of his new book that offers a new narrative on how the wealthy can mobilize against inequality.
We can say goodbye to the candidate who promised to fix a rigged economic system.
Charities are increasingly reliant on larger donations from a smaller number of high net-worth donors.
Unchecked, private foundations can become blocks of concentrated unaccountable power with considerable clout in shaping our laws and culture.
Concentrated Giving by Wealthy Donors along with Falling Donations by Non-Wealthy Pose Risks to Independent Sector and Civil Society
Top-Heavy Philanthropy in an Age of Extreme Inequality
Here’s how the key inequality-related ballot initiatives we were tracking turned out.
But few of the 60 million Americans who cast their votes for Trump want to see a more top-heavy America.
Meet and talk with with IPS's Chuck Collins touring and signing his new book that offers a new narrative on how the wealthy can mobilize against inequality.
On Nov. 8, voters in many states will weigh in on a variety of inequality-related issues, from taxing the wealthy to price-gouging on drugs.