Growing divide

OP-ED: We Must Act to Halt Downward Spiral in Black Communities

— Wanjiku Mwangi
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UFE's Wanjiku Mwangi explains the urgent need for policies to stop the economic destruction of Black communities, noting three key reasons for the poor employment situation in those communities. She urges us to demand from our federal lawmakers a targeted job creation strategy that will lift up communities experiencing the greatest struggle.

10 Chairs of Wealth Inequality at Occupy Boston

— Maz

We assembled a street team and hit Dewey Square, home of Occupy Boston, for a creative demonstration wealth inequality in the U.S.—UFE's "10 Chairs" human graph exercise.

Please share this video or even go out and replicate the exercise at your local occupation to help spread knowledge of how devastatingly unequal our society has become. And, encourage others in your community to join and support the Occupy Movement in any way they can. 

Occupy Now. Here's How.

— Maz
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Occupy Wall Street is a budding movement that can be the tipping point for what we at UFE have been working toward. For a decade and a half, we have fought to push inequality to the center of the tax and economic policy debates in order to build an economy that works for all people. 

Steve Schnapp responds to the question, "Why Occupy?"

— Maz
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UFE popular educator, Steve Schnapp, names extreme economic inequality as a key reason why others should join the Occupy Movement. He explains in this interview with local filmmaker Richard Bergin from the site of Occupy Boston.

Steve Schnapp responds to the question, "Why Occupy?"

— Maz
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UFE popular educator, Steve Schnapp, names extreme economic inequality as a key reason why others should join the Occupy Movement. He explains in this interview with local filmmaker Richard Bergin from the site of Occupy Boston.

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