Here are the basic steps any company will need to go through to give workers ownership.
A North Nashville market that showcases Black-owned small businesses helps invigorate their community.
Wichita, Kansas, is using about 70% of its vouchers to help unsheltered people and those fleeing domestic violence, one of the highest usage rates in the country.
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The philanthropic sector needs to shift its focus toward those organizations that best understand the communities they serve.
A tech startup has developed a way to bridge the nutrition gap for families, at least in the short term.
Federal money for housing the pandemic wasn’t being spent. The city found a way to make sure more people were being housed sooner.
Two guaranteed income projects in New York City and Atlanta are showing how modest monthly cash payments to low-income women of color can make a huge difference in alleviating race and gender-based economic inequities.
Building an ecological civilization is the only way forward to saving both the planet and humanity. And time is running out.
Jason Tartt saw opportunity in the terraced hillsides of his native West Virginia, both for restoring the land and for other Black farmers.
A major for-profit affordable housing provider hasn’t evicted a single tenant since early 2020. How did the company do it, and can its method be a model for other developers?
A team of Portland activists is working to keep Black residents in their homes with maintenance and upgrades.
A group of activists in the German capital are pushing an ambitious plan to eliminate private vehicles in the city center, an area twice as big as Manhattan.
The city of Brno’s growing migrant population had been mostly served by NGOs. It wasn’t enough. So the city brought the work in-house.
President Biden has already committed to addressing systemic racism. Here’s a good place to start.
The public banking movement is creating an opening wedge for the transfer of our financial system from private to public control.
The pandemic has changed what we mean by “restaurant” to include market hybrids, more takeout, less brick-and-mortar—and more restaurants that want to upend the hierarchy that defines dining out.