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Nov 15, 2016
| Inequality & Distribution
| Philosophy & Ethics
In his keynote address to our #EconOfRace conference in Detroit, Rev. Dr. William Barber III issued a blistering critique of structural inequality in the United States, and urged economists to recognize their responsibility to the poor.
Rev. Dr. William Barber
Credits: Matthew Kulvicki, Nick Alpha
Nov 11–12, 2016