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PolicyLink and PERE | 2017

Empowering Black Long Island: How Equity Is Key to the Future of Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Long Island – defined as Nassau and Suffolk counties – is rapidly diversifying. Today, one in three Long Island residents is a person of color – up from roughly one in 10 residents in 1980. Black Long Islanders, who were largely excluded from the massive federally subsidized suburban development that characterizes Long Island, continue to face barriers to full social, economic, and political...

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Categories: Equitable Economy
PolicyLink and PERE | 2017

Bridging the Racial Generation Gap Is Key to America's Economic Future

In 2015, 78 percent of America’s seniors were white while 49 percent of the nation’s youth were people of color — a phenomenon that we call the racial generation gap. To the extent that racial divides result in predominantly white seniors choosing not to invest in a more racially diverse young population, this could hamstring the development of the next generation of workers and leaders. This...

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Categories: Equitable Economy
2017

When Renters Rise, Cities Thrive: National and City Fact Sheets

Renters now represent the majority in the nation’s 100 largest cities, and contribute billions to local economies. Yet renters face a toxic mix of rising rents and stagnant wages, both of which add up to an unprecedented affordability crisis that stymies their ability to contribute to the broader economy and thrive. This analysis, produced in support of the Renter Week of Action occurring...

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