From Affirmative Action To Reparations: Bridging Racial Economic Inequality

Despite the regressive moves of the Supreme Court to hinder affirmative action in addressing racial inequality, communities across the country are providing a path forward to finally repair the racial inequality that has plagued the nation for so long.

What Could Possibly Go Right: Episode 17 Claudine Schneider

Claudine brings the themes of racial inequality, job development, politics and the environment to this conversation on “What Could Possibly Go Right?

Can international trade ever be anti-racist?

We tend to ignore the racist history of trade when looking at trade issues. It’s complicated, uncomfortable and more convenient to gloss over it. The truth is the racism that underpinned colonialism and slavery continues within our global supply chains today.