The Research Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality (The Network) is a consortium of scholars engaged in interdisciplinary inquiry on disparities between racial and ethnic groups in a comparative, cross-national context. The center’s researchers examine the social structures and policies that have produced group-based disparities in wealth, income, employment, education, politics, health (both physical and mental), in addition to analyzing the transmission of advantage or disadvantage across generations. More

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    Why Are Minorities 'Beyond Broke?' Research Shows Racial Wealth Gap Persists

    Paycheck fairness and living wage policies that close the racial gap in pay and provide more adequate income for lower-wage earners.

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    As An Alternative To Race, Wealth Is Best

    The backlash against race-based affirmative action means we need alternative measures for obtaining diversity in elite colleges and universities.

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    The Dilemma of Dual Identities in Black France

    Jean Beaman takes an ethnographic approach, looking at the assimilation of people of North African-descent born in France.

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