New Implicit Bias Presentations

The Kirwan Institute continues to grow our offerings in implicit bias training with both the Foundational Implicit Bias Session and the INCASE of Bias Training. You can view footage from these presentations at the links below. Our trainings offer an engaging, research-based approach to community engagement, bias mitigation, and empowering individuals to proactively address instances … Continue reading »
New Implicit Bias Presentations

Without Capital, Inequality Is Locked In

Read Kirwan Institute Executive Director Darrick Hamilton's most recent article, published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Here is an excerpt from the article: The racial wealth gap in America is appalling. Evidence from the 2016 Survey of Consumer Finances reveals that the typical black family has $17,600 in median wealth (inclusive of homeownership), which is nearly … Continue reading »
Without Capital, Inequality Is Locked In

The Great Recession, Education and Home Ownership

The Great Recession was associated with a dramatic reduction in the wealth of millions of Americans, particularly wealth in the form of home equity. In this report, co-authors Darrick Hamilton and Chris Famighetti discuss the impact race and education levels have on homeownership levels. You can read the report by clicking here.
The Great Recession, Education and Home Ownership

The Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality is a nonpartisan research center dedicated to monitoring trends in poverty and inequality, explaining what’s driving those trends, and developing science-based policy on poverty and inequality. The Center, a program of the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences at Stanford University, supports research by new and established … Continue reading »

Ten Solutions to Bridge the Racial Wealth Divide

Co-authored by Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, Chuck Collins, Darrick Hamilton and Josh Hoxie. The deep and persistent racial wealth divide will not close without bold, structural reform. It has been created and held in place by public policies that have evolved over time including slavery, sharecropping, Jim Crow, white capping, red lining, mass incarceration, and predatory subprime … Continue reading »
Ten Solutions to Bridge the Racial Wealth Divide