All-In Nation Blog

Making History and Charting the Future by Joan Walsh, Salon

As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington this week, it’s wonderful to see so many people remind us that it was a march for “Jobs and Freedom”—and that the jobs part of the demand has…

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Good Jobs, Great ROI: Equitable Growth for All by Jose Corona, Inner City Advisors

The central thesis set forth in All-In Nation—that creating equitable growth for all is a moral and economic imperative we must seize right now to secure the future and promise of America—is one that is wholly consistent with the beliefs…

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All-In for a 21st Century Infrastructure by Tracey Ross, Center for American Progress

Our current infrastructure system is largely rooted in our industrial past. As cities began to grow, local governments constructed roads, sewers, and water systems, making it easier to live in densely populated areas. Factories opened, public transportation expanded, and workers…

All In Nation Webinar: An All-In Primer: Demographic Change and the Economic Imperative of Equity

Please join us on August 27 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET for the kickoff webinar in the All-In Nation webinar series: An All-In Primer: Demographic Change and the Economic Imperative of Equity. Register here. Speakers will include Manuel…

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Finding the Win-Win by Kent Wong, UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education

All-In Nation presents a thoughtful analysis of contemporary America, and a compelling argument on why racial equity is essential to sustained economic growth. Angela Glover Blackwell and Neera Tanden have broken down complex issues for all to understand, and have…