Racial Justice

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

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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How Investors Are Addressing Racial Injustice

In a recent New York Times article, “How Investors Are Addressing Racial Injustice,” Rachel Robasciotti and Adasina were featured for their years of commitment to racial equity. The article highlights our approach…

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Shareholder Activism as a Strategy to Advance Racial Equity

In Forbes, Rachel Robasciotti shared about our Social Justice Investing strategy, and how investors can use “Shareholder Activism As A Strategy To Advance Racial Equity.”   Please note that our social justice…

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Adasina Community Gathering – June 2020

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How To ‘De-carcerate’ A Portfolio

ETF.com interviewed Rachel Robasciotti about how investors can commit to racial justice beyond divesting from the biggest owners of private prisons.

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Employers face reckoning from the George Floyd protests—pressure to close the racial wage gap

CNBC covered how Black Lives Matter protests increase pressure to close the racial wage gap. Rachel Robasciotti spoke to CNBC about the importance of doing racial justice work deeply within an organization…

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Stop Funding Systemic Racism. This List Can Help.

Want to work for racial justice? Organize, protest, vote, and spend with intention. And stop giving your investment dollars to companies that exacerbate racial inequities. When publicly traded companies employ these practices,…

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