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The Wave by Patrick McCarthy, The Annie E. Casey Foundation

I was a fairly terrible surfer. Pitiful, really. I was able to stand upright on the board just a few times, lasting only seconds before plunging into the barely discernible ripples that passed for waves off the beaches of South…

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Diversity Is America’s Future by William H. Frey, The Brookings Institution

The latest Census population projections indicate that, as a nation, we are both aging and becoming more diverse. Yet underlying these shifts is a crucial generational dimension that should shape our plans for the future. The “aging” of the population…

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3 Ways to Accelerate Making an America that Works for All by Ben Hecht, Living Cities

All-In Nation: An America that Works for All could not be more timely. Facts don’t lie. By 2040 the United States will be a majority-minority nation. And unless we dramatically change current trajectories, that majority will be significantly less educated…

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Assets Matter in an All-In Nation by Solana Rice, PolicyLink

Recently, I recalled a moment when I was 7 years old, when my father lifted me to the bank teller counter to sign paperwork for a new checking account. I deposited a few dollars of my allowance every month and…

An All-In Nation for Inclusive Growth by William Spriggs, AFL-CIO

The Center for American Progress and PolicyLink have joined to produce a report, All-In Nation, to show how America would look different in the coming decades if it took steps now to address existing racial and ethnic inequalities. While the…