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Dec 20, 2015

In Case You Missed It: A Poor Way to Run Things

In this issue, the U.S. Constitution and inequality, the Koch brothers' war on poverty, the oil tycoon's $100,000 employee bonus, and impact investing's tipping point.

Dec 16, 2015

Thinking On: Climate’s Impact on America’s Poor

Now that the global climate agreement has been signed, let’s work to make the poor in the United States climate change resilient.

Dec 12, 2015

In Case You Missed It: Economic Hoarding and You

In this issue, the penal system of poverty, algorithms and inequality, economic hoarding and mortality, and wages and the Fed.

Dec 8, 2015

Soundbites: Strength in Numbers

In this podcast, Robynn Shrader of National Co+Op Grocers chats about her business model, success during the recession and their collaboration with CoMetrics.

Dec 6, 2015

In Case You Missed It: Is It Really Philanthropy?

In this issue, a new report on poverty policy, single mothers getting by, Zuckerberg and inequality, drug prices and the poor, and tax inversions.

Dec 1, 2015

Soundbites: The Responsibility of Wealth

In this podcast, Joel Solomon of Renewal Funds discusses his organization's mission, focus on organic food, green technologies and future plans.

Nov 25, 2015

Photo of the Month: November 2015

This month's photo captures the working class protests to increase minimum wage across the country.

Nov 22, 2015

In Case You Missed It: Poverty All Over This Place

In this issue, recidivism starts with paying your public defender, inner city and rural poverty explored, the coal jobs downturn, and the problem of corporate buy-backs.

Nov 18, 2015

Influencer Series: Leaving an Imprint

Heron's Bill McCalpin discusses his time as CEO of Imprint Capital and offers several observations about working with clients to build and manage portfolios of impact investments.

Nov 14, 2015

In Case You Missed It: What's Eating the Poor

In this issue, policymaking on poverty, food insecurity and poor nutrition, why's it hard for women to get ahead, and the bank teller protests.

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