How Emissions Trading Can Help All Communities in California and Fight Global Warming
The United States now stands as the only industrialized nation still opposed to the Kyoto Protocol after Australia ratified the international treaty. Despite the Bush Administration’s [...]
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 [...]