Where Would We Be Without Physicians of Color?
Source: Irvine school newspaper New University | Written by: Kellie K. Middleton, M.P.H. As students and future leaders, we don’t think enough about how minorities have [...]
A Look at Inequalities in Health
Source: LA Watts Times | Written by: KELLIE MIDDLETON, M.P.H. and LEN CHANTY Slow and steady wins the race… If Aesop’s moral holds true, then the [...]
Fed Shrugged as Subprime Crisis Spread
nytimes.com By EDMUND L. ANDREWS WASHINGTON — Until the boom in subprime mortgages turned into a national nightmare this summer, the few people who tried to [...]
Groups Protest Countrywide Actions
Those at the San Diego event urge more help for mortgage borrowers at risk of foreclosure. From the Associated Press SAN DIEGO — Consumer advocates, minority [...]
Excessive Executive Compensation and the Decline of Median Family Income
Greenlining Institute has taken a lead role among nonprofits representing the 70% of Americans who live from paycheck to paycheck in raising questions about excessive executive [...]
Guidance for Fed: What Would Alan Do?
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan helped dampen a potentially massive financial confidence crisis in 1998. His most daring act is one the Fed should [...]