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Reinventing our Democratic Practices and Redfining our National Purpose by Sterling Speirn, W.K. Kellogg Foundation

With an impressive collection of data, practices, and public policies, All-In Nation documents the extraordinary demographic changes in our society, providing a portrait of the economic possibilities if our racial and ethnic disparities were eliminated and a comprehensive set of…

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Growing the Physical and Civic Infrastructure for an “All-In Nation” by Nathaniel Smith, Partnership for Southern Equity

In jurisdictions across the country, local and metropolitan officials attempt to realize stronger economies by supporting the growth of jurisdictions via physical infrastructure improvements. Local policies that encourage a balanced and equitable growth approach will position their respective jurisdictions more…

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Linking Youth to Jobs by Mark Edwards, Opportunity Nation

The central question of All-In Nation is the same one we at Opportunity Nation grapple with every day: How do we maintain our standing as a country of opportunity and upward mobility, ensuring that today’s and future generations of Americans…

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All-In Cities by Brad Lander, New York City Council

With All-In Nation, the Center for American Progress and PolicyLink lay out what I believe is the domestic challenge of our time: “The equity agenda – just and fair inclusion into a society in which all can fully participate and…

To Go All in, Embrace More than Diversity by Rinku Sen, Applied Research Center

All-In Nation constitutes a critical intervention in a country that will soon be comprised mostly of people of color. The authors make a compelling argument that our future is brightest if our systems and rules generate positive outcomes for all,…