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Unions Are Not a Special Interest Group

Eric Levitz New York Magazine
Individual labor unions sometimes have interests that conflict with the greater public’s. While certain unions may be an obstacle to the greater good, unions are collectively a uniquely effective vehicle--not a "special interest group"--for realizing what matters most to working people.

Racial Wealth Divide Snapshot: Women and the Racial Wealth Divide

Dedrick Asante-Muhammad Prosperity Now
The historical legacy of the racial wealth divide when combined with gender inequality makes women of color uniquely economically insecure. The greatest socio-economic disparities for most women of color are rooted in racial inequality, which is then worsened by smaller but significant gendered disp
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