Racial Justice

Insights on using investments to uproot systems that reinforce, perpetuate, and exacerbate racial inequities

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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Are You Unknowingly Investing In Private Prisons?

JSTC was featured in recent Forbes article “Are You Unknowingly Investing In Private Prisons?” as a values-aligned fund that invests in racial justice.

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Emerging Managers Seeing Opportunities In ETF Popularity

Emerging Manager Monthly featured Adasina and JSTC, illustrating how ETFs can provide an opportunity for emerging managers to more easily access investment capital.

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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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A New Manager Selection Process for Increased Diversity

Rachel Robasciotti’s recent Morningstar article, “A New Manager Selection Process for Increased Diversity,” speaks to how “the current asset-manager evaluation process only exacerbates existing inequities in financial services” and what advisors can…

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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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We Need to Talk About Social Justice Investing

“Look closely at where you invest your money. What if we’re putting it on something that’s working against our values? Are you okay with investing your money in a business or cause…

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Using Municipal Bonds to Advance Racial Justice

In this virtual event, Adasina Social Capital explores the newly launched Fiscal Justice Investment Strategy, which aims to advance racial and economic justice by investing directly in Black communities across the United…

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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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