Race and Economics From INET
A collection of INET’s research and articles on race and the US economy, reposted in connection with recent protests against police brutality in Black communities.
Adolph Reed, who researches race and politics, warns that “identitarian” politics can conceal the structural inequities of capitalism
Historian Prof. Thomas Sugrue offers a critique of the conventional wisdom that roots the city’s fate in the racial tension of the tumultuous ‘60s and the decline of the auto industry.
Scholar sees Institute for New Economic Thinking conference as an important opportunity to discuss issues of race and economics, and of Detroit’s past and future