Centering Blackness: The Path to Economic Liberation for All

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By: Anne Price, Jhumpa Bhattacharya and Dorian Warren

June 2020

INTRODUCTION

Before the COVID-19 crisis, there was growing recognition that structural racism perpetuates unequal and adverse life outcomes for Black people. The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 project shed light on how Black people and their needs…

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The Economic Security Project challenges the status quo by catalyzing ideas that build economic power for all Americans.

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