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National Equity Atlas: August Updates

National Equity Atlas: August Updates

22 Aug 2016 | Alexis Stephens

Since the movement to build an equitable economy takes no summer vacation, we’ve been hard at work and are happy to share new features on the Equity Atlas:
 
Gender Data Added to Three Indicators
Racial gaps in health, income, employment, and education between Whites and people of | Read more >

Why U.S.-born Latinos Tend to Fare Better than Immigrant Latinos

Why U.S.-born Latinos Tend to Fare Better than Immigrant Latinos

16 Aug 2016 | Sahelit Bahiru

Second generation immigrants show improved socioeconomic outcomes over their parents. Despite America’s many challenges in creating equitable opportunities, it is a rare bright spot in the nation’s racial and ethnic landscape. New data added to the National Equity Atlas in July | Read more >

National Equity Atlas: July Update

National Equity Atlas: July Update

25 Jul 2016 | Alexis Stephens

Dear Equity Atlas Users,

It is our goal to make the National Equity Atlas as robust a resource as possible to help you make the case for equity in your community. So we are happy to introduce to you the latest round of Equity Atlas news and updates.
 
New Data on | Read more >
An Overview of America’s Working Poor

An Overview of America’s Working Poor

07 Jul 2016 | Angel Ross

Wage stagnation and the increasing number of people who are working yet still poor are significant challenges of our era. One recent study found that there isn’t a single congressional district in the country where a full-time minimum wage worker could afford a two-bedroom | Read more >