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The Role of Race in the Health Care Debate

The health care debate in America is heating up again due to efforts by some in Congress to repeal or defund the health care reform law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Boehner et. al., 2011). One factor that…
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California’s New Majority

California became a majority minority state in 2000, when for the first time just over half of the state’s population was nonwhite. Recent projections from the California Department of Finance show that in 2040 people of color will represent nearly…
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2010 Election Wrap Up: Where Do We Go From Here?

Voters of color played a critical role in deciding key races this November, both in California and across the U.S. But the influence of big money is a growing problem, and California’s initiative process looks increasingly broken. Greenlining looks at…
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The Greenlining Institute Academy Impact Report

To date, the Greenlining Leadership Academy has trained and nurtured over 700 high school, college, and graduate students. But the success of the Academy is not in its numbers alone. The Greenlining Institute is excited to share the results of…
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Regulators Should Look Like America

Among its most important features is a little known provision, Section 342, which establishes an Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) in each of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks and eight federal financial regulatory agencies ( the Federal Reserve…
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2009 Annual Report

2009 was a time of great crisis, to be sure. But it was also a time of renewal — and, as President Obama has said, a time to look forward, not back. We envision Greenlining as an organization that will…
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Top 120 Citizens Redistricting Commission Applicants

From July 19th to July 21st, the Bureau State Auditor’s Applicant Review Panel (ARP) narrowed the pool of applicants to the Citizens Redistricting Commission to 120 of the most qualified—40 registered Democrats, 40 registered Republicans, and 40 who are not…
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