The Mel King Institute report library houses research reports and policy briefs relevant to the community development sector from organizations all over the country.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, in an allegedly strong economy, workers at the bottom of the opportunity scale were struggling to support themselves and their families – let alone build wealth. Drawing on recent research, this issue brief makes a case for why policymakers, funders, and investors who care about racial and gender wealth equity should support employee share ownership.
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Our goal is to raise public awareness about transformative justice and to think critically about our practice of mass incarceration. We will explore the values and social forces that underpin our punishment mindset and practices.
Home is the cornerstone of our identities and our well-being. At no time in recent memory has that been more evident than in the global events of 2020. With a stable home, people can access what they need to flourish. However, decades of underinvestment and inequitable policies have made stable homes harder to come by and supports difficult to access for generations of low-income, Black, and Latinx people.
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