Archive for 2009

MAYA WILEY ON GRITtv WITH LAURA FLANDERS ON THE YEAR REVIEW

CSI’s Executive Director, Maya Wiley, appeared on GRITtv with Laura Flanders on a roundtable to discuss in review of 2009.

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New CSI report addressing census findings shows Mississippi is being hit hard by recession

Tough Times in Mississippi: Housing and poverty, a census snapshot A new report by the Center for Social Inclusion (CSI) analyzes data from the U.S. Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, […]

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TOUGH TIMES IN MISSISSIPPI: HOUSING AND POVERTY, A CENSUS SNAPSHOT

People across America have been hit hard by the recession. Recent job figures – that “only” 11,000 jobs were lost in a month – have economists proclaiming the end of the downturn. The newest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the U.S. Census Bureau (Census), and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are less promising. They show that a large segment of the nation’s population is being left out of the recovery generated by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (or “Stimulus”). We must make sure that these excluded communities benefit from new rounds of federal job creation, infrastructure, and small business investment strategies.

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IN PLANNING FOR ANY ECONOMIC REBOUND, RACE MATTERS

Jacob Faber, CSI’s senior researcher, contributed a chapter to the Drum Major Institute’s new book From Disaster to Diversity: What’s Next for New York City’s Economy? The book is a wide-ranging collection of essays of people whose ideas and arguments, proposals and prescriptions, are brought together for the first time. All are equally concerned about how to make New York City stronger and healthier than ever.

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CSI Senior Researcher Jacob Faber Contributes Chapter to DMI’s New Book

Jacob Faber, CSI’s senior researcher, contributed a chapter to the Drum Major Institute’s new book From Disaster to Diversity: What’s Next for New York City’s Economy? The book is a […]

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CSI Senior Researcher Jacob Faber Contributes Chapter to DMI’s New Book

Jacob Faber, CSI’s senior researcher, contributed a chapter to the Drum Major Institute’s new book From Disaster to Diversity: What’s Next for New York City’s Economy? The book is a […]

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MEDIA (VIDEO)

CSI’s executive director, Maya Wiley, appeared on GRITtv with Laura Flanders along with Richard Wolff to discuss the idea of American exceptionalism in 2011—its history, hard truths currently not acknowledged in the debate, reference in Obama’s State of the Union address, and changes that will solve existing problems.

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MAYA WILEY IN THE CLARION LEDGER ON CSI’S LATEST MISSISSIPPI REPORT

CSI’s Executive Director, Maya Wiley in the Clarion Ledger featuring an article on CSI’s latest report, Tough Times in Mississippi: Housing and poverty, a census snapshot. “Study: Recession hits Mississippi […]

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