As you know, historic redlining continues to negatively impact low-income and minority communities today. How does that legacy of structural racism impact population health and COVID-19 vulnerability?
The federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic has brought renewed national attention to the idea of a guaranteed income as a potential game-changing approach to tackle the nation’s deep economic inequality.
Based on in-depth research with over 90 low- and moderate-income older adults, we uncover barriers to fintech adoption and some key opportunities to better design fintech products and services to support this population during the pandemic and beyond.
As the fight for racial justice finally gains more national attention, a deeper conversation is needed around the implementation of reparations for Black Americans to truly address the growing racial wealth gap.
“Redlining” is still seen and felt in lower-income communities today. How did that happen? How did lending discrimination in the past contribute to the racial wealth divide that centered the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020?
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