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Social Justice Internship Opportunity

Internship opportunity with American Friends Service Committee Researching the Profiteers from ICE Surveillance, Immigrant Detention, and the Border Industries Follow the money… Investigate the industries of immigrant detention and mass surveillance, the…

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New Gender Justice Investor Data Available from Force The Issue

By: Rachel J. Robasciotti, Founder & CEO Ending forced arbitration for sexual harassment is a critical step in creating more safe and inclusive workplaces and advancing gender, racial, and economic justice. Forced…

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The Time Is NOW to End the Subminimum Wage

By: Renee Morgan, Social Justice Strategist What is a Subminimum wage?  A “subminimum wage” is a wage that is less than the state or federal mandated minimum wage. Federal law allows companies…

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Installment 7: How to Invest for Racial Justice

By: Rachel J. Robasciotti, Founder & CEO This article is part seven, and the final installment, of a series about race and racism in financial services. The full series can be read…

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Installment 6: Dismantling Systemic Barriers for Black Asset Managers

By: Rachel J. Robasciotti, Founder & CEO This article is part six of a series about race and racism in financial services. The full series can be read here.  *** When you…

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Installment 5: How to Advance Racial & Economic Justice with Municipal Bonds

An Interview with Rachel J. Robasciotti, Founder & CEO of Adasina Social Capital and Ryan Bowers, Co-Founder of Activest This article is part five of a series about race and racism in…

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Installment 4: Is Your Financial Advisor Working Against Systemic Racism?

At Adasina, all of our work is done in community, including with communities inside of the investment and financial world. Today, I’m happy to showcase the work of two of our finance…

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Installment 3: Looking Outside of Finance for Answers on Race

By: Rachel J. Robasciotti, Founder, Robasciotti & Philipson This article is part three of a series about race and racism in financial services. The full series can be read here.   Impact…

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Installment 2: Do our investment defaults fund systemic racism?

By: Rachel J. Robasciotti, Robasciotti & Philipson and Sonya Dreizler, Consultant  This article is part two of a series about race and racism in financial services. The full series can be read…

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Installment 1: Reckoning With Our History

Written by Renee Morgan, Social Justice Strategist This article is part one of a series about race and racism in financial services. The full series can be read here.   The United…

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