Trend Tracking
Unions & Labor
Can A New Labor Movement Arise in our Changing Economic Times?

Often taken for dead, labor in the past two years has shown that it has some life in it still. But if a sustained revival is to occur, labor will need to look very different than the unions of old.

Shifts in Practice
Equity for New Generations
Baby Bonds: A “Birthright to Capital”

Tiny Spark explores one way to decrease wealth inequality with economist Darrick Hamilton, who proposes giving newborns thousands of dollars in “baby bond” accounts that mature when they turn 18.

Exploring Critical Ideas
Overcoming Sectoral Barriers
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Big Green Nonprofits

Achieving equity in large “Big Green” nonprofits requires an approach that creates space for cultural change, along with an appreciation for the multi-layered complexity of the organizations.