Como reconstruir Estados Unidos: nueve ideas concretas de expertos y escritores

Title Translation How to rebuild America: nine concrete ideas from experts and writers Fani Guiterrez Dedrick Asante-Muhammad's perspective on how to address racial economic inequality was highlighted in el Diario in Spanish. Ahora que empieza una nueva etapa, The Guardian ha recopilado ideas para luchar contra la desinformación, la desigualdad, el racismo o la crisis … Continue reading Como reconstruir Estados Unidos: nueve ideas concretas de expertos y escritores

Why Biden Must Build Back Better Than Obama For Blacks

Photo by Gayatri Malhotra on Unsplash. Twelve years ago, the country’s first Black president’s inauguration had many Americans believe that a future free of racial discrimination and inequality was finally within grasp. President Obama promised to use the president’s power to increase opportunity for all Americans, regardless of race or class. Despite this promise, little to no progress … Continue reading Why Biden Must Build Back Better Than Obama For Blacks

Obama Didn’t Close the Racial Wealth Divide. Can Biden?

Photo by Drew Angerer with Getty Images Dr. King called moderation the 'great stumbling block in the stride toward freedom.' Biden should heed the warning today. Twelve years ago, the inauguration of America’s first Black president’s had many Americans believing that a future free of racial discrimination and inequality was finally within reach. This year, … Continue reading Obama Didn’t Close the Racial Wealth Divide. Can Biden?

Unstacking the Deck for African-American Entrepreneurs

Photo by Erik Mclean on Pexels.com This post was originally published with Shelter Force by Dedrick Asante Muhammad The truth is most entrepreneurs’ firms don’t grow quickly, employ people, or earn much money. And, more importantly, entrepreneurial success has far less to do with exceptional skill than with one’s ability to weather repeated failure and … Continue reading Unstacking the Deck for African-American Entrepreneurs

An Immigration Nation Defined by Racial Economic Inequality

Getty/Gary Waters Hand drawing red dividing line separating groups of people More than 44 million immigrants live in the United States, comprising about 13% of the population. Immigration to the U.S. has long been a topic of debate: who can come, under what conditions and when? These questions mirror the country’s discussion concerning how it … Continue reading An Immigration Nation Defined by Racial Economic Inequality