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When a winter storm knocked out water service to tens of thousands of Mississippi residents, it was Black families that were hit hardest—and who organized their own relief efforts.
An attempt by thousands of mostly Black workers to unionize at a fulfillment center gives new life to the labor movement.
New federal legislation makes the same mistake a California law did, which cost thousands of jobs.
Private equity firms snatched up rental properties, then neglected them. So Minneapolis activists organized the tenants to fight for their rights.
Bills have been introduced in several states that saw the pandemic recession as a clarion call for keeping their money at home.
Construction waste is a huge polluter. An international experiment is hoping to reduce that waste to nothing.
Research suggests the economic impact of COVID-19 could be more than two times larger for Black- and Hispanic-owned businesses than for White-owned enterprises.
Because of their unorthodox ownership structures, cooperatively owned businesses don’t fit neatly into most lenders’ boxes. So one group decided to build their own source of funding.
In an effort to counteract displacement in racially diverse neighborhoods, Seattle’s Equitable Development Initiative invests in community-led projects that aim to keep longtime residents in their neighborhoods.