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by Nia King on March 5 2013, 8:33AM
Last week, Bloomberg Businessweek ran a magazine cover featuring caricatures of Black and Latino people swimming in money, feeding it to their dogs, and burning it for warmth. Colorlines’ readers react.
by Imara Jones on October 1 2012, 9:37AM
From Georgia to Brooklyn to sub-Sahran Africa, inequity and exploitive land deals are making a handful of people rich—again. But on Sapelo Island, we can stop it.
by Kai Wright on July 26 2011, 10:58AM
The wealth gap is now larger than it’s been since the Census Bureau began counting it. The foreclosure crisis is part of the reason, but its more symptom than cause for the building catastrophe in the U.S. economy.
by Asraa Mustufa on May 10 2011, 12:03PM
Filings in at least three of the state’s cities were nearly three times more concentrated in communities of color than in majority white ones.
by Julianne Hing on April 6 2011, 6:12PM
On March 28 Catherine Lennon’s community, led by the housing rights group Take Back the Land Rochester, gathered around her to defend her home from eviction.
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by Shani O. Hilton on March 8 2011, 9:43AM
Protestors call for the jailing of Wall Street bankers.
by Kai Wright on October 22 2010, 10:28AM
And President Obama’s willful complicity in Wall Street’s scam.
Our original report examined the racial inequity that helped create the recession—and that the crisis has in turn intensified. More than a year later, little has changed.
by Seth Freed Wessler on July 8 2010, 1:35PM
President Obama’s foreclosure prevention program has done little to slow the pace of loss in communities of color.
by Seth Freed Wessler on June 23 2010, 7:37AM
Bombed out houses and unemployment lines; empty factories and empty lots. These are the images that have come to animate Detroit’s decline, its deep and deepening depression.