Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: The Consumer Banking Industry
The Opportunity Diversity Report Card, highlights key areas where the banking industry can improve to ensure their workforce, leadership and suppliers adequately reflect the demographics of the United States.
Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: The Hotel and Lodging Industry
This report examines the representation of people of color in the fast-growing hotel and lodging industry. Five major hotel corporations were graded on a system of diversity and inclusion based on workforce and job advancement, contracting and procurement, and ownership.
Opportunity and Diversity Report Card: The Healthcare Industry
The Opportunity & Diversity Report Card: The Healthcare Industry is the third in a series of NAACP’s economic report cards on corporate diversity and inclusion. With the healthcare industry being one of the fastest growing sectors in the country, it is important to highlight opportunities in the industry and where we can strengthen people of color’s full participation.
The Challenge of Credit Card Debt for the African American Middle Class
The Challenge of Credit Card Debt for the African American Middle Class, co-authored by Demos and the NAACP, offers new data showing under difficult economic conditions many African American families rely on credit cards to make ends meet or invest in their future.
The Debt Super Committee, Inequality, and the Need to Grow our Economy
In this op-ed, we argue for reducing economic inequality and revenue shortfalls with progressive measures (e.g., eliminating the Bush tax cuts) and advocating against regressive measures that will disproportionately burden the middle class – the true “job creators” and the foundation of a secure economic future.
NAACP’s Nine Reforms to Advance Homeownership
The NAACP proposes nine measures that will help resolve the current housing and foreclosure crisis and will assist in charting a future for housing in America in which the majority of all American communities regardless of race or ethnicity will be able to become homeowners.
State Jobs Legislation
The NAACP reviews and assess state level jobs and policies, along with offering demands relevant to creating equal economic progress.
Federal Jobs Legislation
The NAACP reviews and assesses jobs at the Federal level along with economic policy in relation to African American communities. This proposal by the economic department addresses legislation and demands.