Economic Equity

Amid Revolt Over Starving Schools, Kentucky GOP Passes Tax Cut for the 1 Percent

State funding for education and other services will be undermined by this effort to move away from taxes on corporations and high-income earners,” warned one policy analyst.

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We are the 99 Percent, But Richest One Percent Will Soon Own Two-Thirds Of World’s Wealth

A new study claims that the wealth of the richest one percent grows at six percent annually, outstripping the three percent annual growth of everyone else, causing a continual movement of money to the top.

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There Are Four Types Of Expenses, But Only One You Need To Cut

Managing expenses is nearly a full-time – though unpaid – job for many people. From the monthly mortgage, car payment, insurance, groceries and utility bills to family activities, there’s a long list that requires prioritizing and discipline.

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Three Ways Couples Can Discuss Money Without Getting Divorced

From different spending habits and financial goals to one spouse earning considerably more income than the other, money can be a polarizing issue in a marriage, straining it to the breaking point.

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Jay-Z and His Mom Announce New 2018 Scholarship Program via the Shawn Carter Foundation

The Shawn Carter Foundation Scholarship provides financial support to high school students as well as undergraduate students entering college for the first time.

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Genuine Over Perfect – How to Align Your Marketing with Shifts in Youth Culture

Create and activate the most relevant brand experiences for teens and young adults. Whether those experiences are social or experiential, influencer or content, here are five recommendations.

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Why Raleigh and Charlotte Are Quietly Succeeding in Doing Well for Black Americans

Racial disparities are always going to crop up as an important issue. Black Enterprise recently declared Raleigh “the startup capital of the South,” with a booming venture capital.

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Guaranteed Basic Income Scam – Beware the Architects of Neofeudalism

They couch their proposals in the moral language of caring for the destitute and the less fortunate. But behind this is job insecurity, substandard wages, automation and crippling debt peonage …

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Tax Policy Center, which predicted that the average middle-income household would take in an extra $930—or less than $18 per week…

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Most Americans Say They Are Not Seeing Paycheck Boost From GOP Tax Scam

Pointing to analysis from the Tax Policy Center, which predicted that the average middle-income household would take in an extra $930—or less than $18 per week…

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3-Day Virtual Conference during National Small Business Week – Free to the Public

Participate in this free, online conference to listen to practiced advice on current business strategies, meet other business owners, and chat with industry experts!

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Oklahoma Black Business Expo and “Shark Tank” Are Looking Their Next Success Story

The event will take place in Oklahoma City, to bring attention to African American owned businesses and those resources that assist in building a successful brand and business.

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Values of the Global Economy and Political Systems That Are Driving Civilization to Precipice

Those actively working to reform the current system are a bit like software engineers valiantly trying to fix multiple bugs in a faulty software program: each fix complicates the code, leading inevitably to a new set of bugs that require even more heroic workarounds.

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