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President No matter your zip code, your race, or your gender, you have the freedom to economic security. Views are my own.
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Anne Price Sep 13
's call for black athletes to redirect their talent to a HBCU is beyond! She not only outlines the role HBCUs play in cultivating future black leaders but also weaves in a deep understanding of the historical drivers of racial wealth inequality
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Anne Price Sep 12
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InsightCCED Sep 10
Tomorrow kicks off the first day of , hosted by . Be sure to join Insight's VP of Programs and Strategy, , for "Closing the Women's Wealth Gap with a Life Span Approach" panel! For more info on visit:
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pruh-fess-or roe-mick Sep 10
Catching up on my , as one does, and pleased to see the wise quoted! A strong article on the long and durable reach of anti-Black racism in wealth.
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Shawn Fremstad Sep 4
Replying to @inclusionist
The most explicitly anti-natalist provisions in current federal law are found in TANF, a program that requires states to "establish annual numerical goals for preventing and reducing the incidence" of non-marital births. 3/
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Anne Price Sep 3
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Anne Price Sep 2
Actualizing the potential of the shows us that anti-Blackness doesn’t just impact Black people; it holds back & harms all Americans. It's deep wounds necessitate collective healing
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Anne Price Aug 30
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Anne Price Aug 28
"You can’t understand why we have the gaps that we do and the inequalities that we do until you understand it was all based on anti-black racism and segregation. And this racial wealth gap was created purposefully."
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Jhumpa Bhattacharya Aug 28
Replying to @jhumpa_b
Toxic individualism (aka personal responsibility) - the idea that it’s your fault you are poor stems from how we have racialized poverty. They way this policy works is a prime example of what is showing us - deep seated racism is in all our policies.
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Jhumpa Bhattacharya Aug 28
⁩ asks ⁦⁩ a very important question re: the rationale behind the terrible policy requiring families payback $ they receive from public assistance programs. It has EVERYTHING to do with anti-blackness & who we deem deserving.
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Anne Price Aug 26
Let's be clear , child support debt in California overwhelmingly affects Black parents. This debt deeply racialized and reflects a long-standing narrative about deservedness.
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Anne Price Aug 22
To understand present day race & gender wage gaps we must first look to slavery & Jim Crow which were characterized by the exploitation of black women’s physical & reproductive labor. This shaped labor market opportunities & outcomes for decades
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InsightCCED Aug 22
"We live with the unsettling sense that with the slightest tug, our carefully conceived plans for success could instantly unravel," discusses w/ the unique barriers and stress young professional Black women face. Read more:
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Anne Price Aug 22
Replying to @anastasiawils
Child support debt mounts when someone is incarcerated & these parents are constantly threatened with incarceration, limiting any real possibility of consistent work. And yes wages are garnished at high levels, even Socal Security.
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Jhumpa Bhattacharya Aug 20
Thrilled at all the love being given to the . Hoping this will lead to more social justice advocates talking about the impacts of race & anti-Blackness, specifically in our work toward economic justice. Let’s stop shying away from talking about race.
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Anne Price Aug 21
"Americans tend to view social problems as individual moral failings that can only be solved through punishment. If we are truly concerned about needless deaths, we should focus on institutional instead of personal failure."
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Aracely Panameño Aug 20
The didn't just happen. Our nation created it through policies & laws. We will close it through policies and laws.
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Mark Paul Aug 20
Honored for our work on 'The Color of Wealth in Miami' to be featured in by today. Co-authored w/ an amazing team, including & others.
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Anne Price Aug 17
"Social Security, which I don’t think many people think of as a kid’s program, is helping a lot more children today than TANF which supposedly was all about kids. Part of the difference is is the ‘deserving’ or ‘undeserving,’ label."
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