The Racial Wealth Divide Is Vast, But It Doesn’t Have To Be
In a new report, “Dreams Deferred: How Enriching the 1% Widens the Racial Wealth Divide,” researchers at the Institute for Policy Studies outline how the racial wealth gap has widened over the past thirty years and how this fits the long term pattern of systemic racism. We speak with one of the authors, Sabrina Terry, about the findings in the report and recommendations for closing the wealth divide. We report live from Caracas, Venezuela where the United States is continuing its aggressive efforts at regime change.
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Sabrina Terry is the Senior Program Manager of Economic Initiatives at Unidos US.
Community and Economic Development: financial capability, economic inclusion, racial wealth, environmental justice, sustainable development.
M.S. City and Regional Planning, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY; B.A Political Science, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
Advance financial and economic inclusion of Latino immigrants through integrated financial capability and legal services programs
Manager of Community and Economic Development, NAACP Economic Department, NAACP; Economic Program, NAACP Economic Department, NAACP; Community Planner, UPROSE.
Afro-Latinos in 2017: A Demographic and Socio-Economic Snapshot; (February 2019).
Helping Immigrants in Chicago Reach Financial Freedom; (October 2015).