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An interactive map of the US containing the most recent mortgage data reveals that minorities have been left behind in the housing recovery in many places.
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Why hasn’t wealth inequality improved over the past 50 years? And why, in particular, has the racial wealth gap not closed?
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The teaching workforce in the United States remains predominantly white, even as the student body grows increasingly diverse.
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As Detroit writes the next chapter of its recovery, the city continues to evolve and adapt.
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Insights and evidence to help direct recovery and rebuilding efforts where they are most needed.
A series of memos written by a bipartisan group of scholars and policy analysts.
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Mission lenders are helping to revitalize Detroit by providing local developers with relief from the area’s post-crash credit shortage.
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A State and Local Data Tool to Inform Policy and Action
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Local and national economic changes, legislative decisions, and, in many cases, court orders, have all affected school district funding.
Attempts to end mass incarceration have largely focused on reforms for nonviolent and less serious convictions, but that won’t be enough.
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