Racial Justice, Economic Equity, and the Potential of Guaranteed Income

Racial Justice, Economic Equity, and the Potential of Guaranteed Income

In 1966, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King posed a poignant question to a nation amid social, political, and economic turmoil in a book titled: “Where do we go from here? Chaos or community?” Over 50 years later, the United States finds itself in another perplexing time of uncertainty and dramatic economic inequity—even as King’s vision for liberation still inspires advocates, policymakers, and communities. Before his death in 1968, much of King’s work was focused on economic equality for the poor, with a particular focus on understanding the systemic racial barriers African Americans and Native American populations encountered in […]

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