All-In Nation: An America that Works for All
All-In Nation describes how strong communities of color are critical to America’s economic future and lays out a comprehensive policy agenda to build an equitable economy where everyone, including fast-growing communities of color, can participate and thrive. Read more →
Women of Color: A Growing Force in the American Electorate
Issue Brief As the fastest-growing segment of the women’s vote—and the most active segment of the emerging majority vote—women of color are a key voting bloc with the potential to affect elections and public policy.
A Win-Win for an All-In Nation
Report Improving economic and health outcomes for communities of color has the potential to help combat Social Security’s projected shortfall and improve the economic security of a struggling middle class.
Dignified Jobs and Decent Wages
Report This year marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. Despite progress, more must be done to address economic security as a civil right for the young people of color who are driving America’s demographic change.
True South: Unleashing Democracy in the Black Belt 50 Years After Freedom Summer
Report Fifty years after Freedom Summer, the stretch of heavily black southern states that make up the “Black Belt” are still defined by racial polarization, with black voters often locked out of statewide politics. This report examines the demographic and political changes that are poised to shake up the status quo and defines three lessons from Freedom Summer that organizers can use to advance democracy in the Black Belt—including a massive wave of voter registration.
Building an All-In Nation
Report Americans are open minded about our society’s changing demographics and believe, on the whole, that there are more benefits to the nation from rising diversity than costs.
Key Facts to Know About Communities of Color in Georgia Before the 2014 Midterm Elections
This fact sheet highlights the economic and electoral impact of communities of color as they become a growing share of the population in Georgia.
Key Facts to Know About Communities of Color in North Carolina Before the 2014 Midterm Elections
This fact sheet highlights the economic and electoral impact of communities of color as they become a growing share of the population in North Carolina.
Key Facts to Know About Communities of Color in Colorado Before the 2014 Midterm Elections
This fact sheet highlights the economic and electoral impact of communities of color as they become a growing share of the population in Colorado.
U.S. Ebola Hysteria Is the Wrong Response to the Epidemic
Irrational fears about the Ebola virus are leading to discrimination and ostracism of Africans in the United States.
State of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Series
Read the full report, released on September 11, 2014.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are quickly reaching the critical mass needed to be politically relevant, but data about this group have often been unavailable. This series features the most comprehensive research and analysis for the fastest-growing demographic in the United States.
Retaining Teachers of Color in Our Public Schools
Report Through targeted reform efforts, states, districts, and school leaders—as well as policymakers and communities of color—can improve the retention rates and effectiveness of teachers of color.
Numbers Put the Lie to Our National Narrative
Growing economic stratification makes America’s promise of opportunity for all ring increasingly hollow.
America’s Leaky Pipeline for Teachers of Color
Report Improvements along the educator pipeline and in teacher training programs will help diversify the United States’ teachers and consequently bolster the academic performance of children from all racial backgrounds.
Rethinking Affirmative Action
In her new book, law professor Sheryll Cashin considers the implications of location for education and race in 21st-century America.