Spring Edition of The Angle: 21st Century Movement for Economic Justice

May 5, 2015

The Spring edition of The Angle: 21st Century Movement for Economic Justice has been released. The Angle is a monthly publication that provides an overview of the National Economic Department’s and NAACP units’ work around key economic justice issues. It is distributed to all 1,200 NAACP units and to all of our partners.

Key items in this issue that may interest you are:

1. The Future of Micro-Enterprise Funding in Florida
2. Failure to Work With Minority Owned Businesses a Challenge in the Private and Public Sector 
3. Why We Should Care About Tax Policy
4. Building Economic Security Over A Lifetime in Alabama
5. The Healthcare Industry: A Prescription to Help Heal Racial Economic Inequality
6. Asset Development Groundwork in NYC

Click here for the Spring edition of the Angle.

NAACP Partners with Dunkin’ Brands to Promote Diversity in Franchising

NAACP Statement on Passing of Civil Rights Leader Amelia Boynton Robinson

Celebrating the Life of Horace Julian Bond 1940 - 2015

NAACP family is saddened at the sudden passing of longtime NAACP Board Member Julian Bond

Retail Race Divide: How the Retail Industry is Perpetuating Racial Inequality in the 21st Century

OPPORTUNITY & DIVERSITY REPORT CARD: HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

NAACP Statement on September Unemployment Numbers

Job Recovery Leaves Significant Percentage of Black Workers Underemployed

Support The Nomination of Mel Watt to Serve as The Director of The Federal Housing Finance Agency

Federal Government Shut-Down Has Disparate Impact on Americas’ Racial and Ethnic Minorities