In which Oxfam staffers get a chance to chat with the esteemed economist Joseph Stiglitz, and there is mention of war profiteering, politicians who want MORE inequality, what gives him hope, and the sperm lottery.Learn more
In the first of a series of interviews with some of Oxfam's experts and advocates, Nabil Ahmed ponders on the current state of inequality: how it stands, how we got here, and how to redress the balance of power.
Dr. King promoted a vision of economic justice and equality where all people could work with dignity to support themselves and their families. Fifty years after his death, persistent economic inequality—particularly along racial lines—makes clear that there is much more work to be done to achieve King’s vision.
Down to the wire, the 117th Congress passed two new protections that will help mothers avoid having to choose between their health and their job.