INEQUALITY

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Priority Topics
These are the priority topics that are related to INEQUALITY, according to SolveCasters.
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8 Critical Priority RACISM 6 months ago
7 High Priority UNITED STATES 8 months ago
2 Average Priority HAPPINESS 2 months ago
0 Low Priority ILLINOIS 11 months ago
8 Critical Priority VACCINE 10 months ago
2 Average Priority RETAIL 6 months ago
2 Average Priority MY WORLD 11 months ago
8 Critical Priority COVID-19 1 year ago
2 Average Priority UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 1 month ago
7 High Priority ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 6 months ago
2 Average Priority INCOME INEQUALITY 1 month ago
7 High Priority MINIMUM WAGE 10 months ago
2 Average Priority RACE IN THE UNITED STATES 1 month ago
2 Average Priority INFLATION 6 months ago
2 Average Priority NEW YORK 1 month ago
2 Average Priority HEALTH CARE 2 months ago
2 Average Priority POVERTY 2 months ago
7 High Priority SEXISM 6 months ago
7 High Priority BLACK LIVES MATTER 6 months ago
2 Average Priority HOSPITAL 2 months ago
2 Average Priority ECONOMY 2 months ago
2 Average Priority MENTAL ILLNESS 2 months ago
2 Average Priority REAL ESTATE 3 months ago
7 High Priority MACHINE LEARNING 6 months ago
2 Average Priority FOOD 11 months ago
0 Low Priority DEERFIELD, ILLINOIS 10 months ago
2 Average Priority OPIOID EPIDEMIC 10 months ago
8 Critical Priority POVERTY 8 months ago
7 High Priority WORKPLACE SAFETY 6 months ago
2 Average Priority WORK FROM HOME 2 months ago
7 High Priority REGULATION 6 months ago
2 Average Priority ECONOMIC INEQUALITY 2 months ago
2 Average Priority VACANT LOT 6 months ago
2 Average Priority HEALTH POLICY 2 months ago
7 High Priority EDUCATION 2 months ago
2 Average Priority AFFORDABLE HOUSING 2 months ago
7 High Priority SEGREGATION 3 months ago
2 Average Priority CIVIL RIGHTS 2 months ago
2 Average Priority CRIMES 4 months ago
8 Critical Priority GOVERNMENT POLICY 3 months ago
7 High Priority HOUSING POLICY 3 months ago
2 Average Priority VIRTUAL REALITY 2 months ago
2 Average Priority DIVERSITY 2 months ago
2 Average Priority COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT 2 months ago
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SolveCasters (ME) Curated by SolveCast podcasters and editors.
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Nikole Hannah-Jones American investigative journalist known for her coverage of civil rights in the United States.
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Annie Leonard Curated, American proponent of sustainability and a critic of consumerism. In 2014, she became the Executive Director of Greenpeace USA.
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Gordon Gecko (Curated) Gordon Gekko is a composite character in the 1987 film Wall Street and its 2010 sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,[2] both directed by Oliver Stone. Gekko was portrayed by actor Michael Douglas, whose performance in the first film won him an Oscar for Best Actor.[3]
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Nelson Mandela Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.
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Richard Rothstein Richard Rothstein is a Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and a Senior Fellow (emeritus) at the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
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Our Segregated and Racist Housing Problem, with Richard Rothstein Author of The Color of Law

While African-American incomes are about 60% on average family incomes of white family incomes, African-American wealth is only 5% of white wealth and that enormous disparity between a 60% income ratio and a 5% wealth ratio is almost entirely attributable to unconstitutional federal housing policy practice in the mid 20th century by the federal government.

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...

Our Segregated and Racist Housing Problem, with Richard Rothstein Author of The Color of Law

Middle-class families bought homes in those, uh, federally subsidized subdivisions gained over the next couple of generations. From the appreciation and the value of their homes. They use that to send their children to college. They use it to take care of medical emergency perhaps, or a temporary unemployment. 

They use it for their own retirements and they use it to for wealth, to their children and grandchildren who then had down payments for their own homes.

https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detai...

AI Is The New Face Of Systemic (And Automated) Inequality

In Amazon's case, it trained the software on ten years of resumes it had collected. Most came from men, and so the software learned that it should focus on finding men for positions.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/eriksherman...