Our twelfth annual report on the legacy of Dr. King and the ongoing racial wealth divide in America, State of the Dream 2015: Underbanked and Overcharged looks at the costs and consequences of financial exclusion on the part of the private banking sector, and proposes a unique set of public alternatives. The report will be released on Monday, January 19, 2015 on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Digital copies will be provided free of cost for anyone that signs up using this page, and hard copies are available on request.
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Campaigns that strive to expand public conversations and influence
policy makers on key federal tax policy and economic issues.
A network of over 700 individuals who are among the wealthiest five
percent of Americans who advocate for fair taxes and corporate accountability.
A series of participatory workshops that transform economic statistics
into engaging learning experiences to move people to action.
Provides resources that deepen understanding about boundaries to economic
parity among communities of color.
A network of 28 state-level advocacy groups that promote fair and adequate
taxation at the state and federal levels through grassroots organizing.