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As a child, she “was desperate to understand money.” Now, as one of the most senior black women in finance, she oversees billions.
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Walt Disney’s grandniece Abigail Disney had said she was “livid” about the company’s pay practices after a visit to Disneyland last year.
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We take comfort in news about viral acts of kindness toward the sick, the poor and others in need, experts say, but there’s a catch.
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They’re different from the racism questions.
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Integration works, but how do we get it to fly in the face of white intransigence?
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Gender is now one of the most important factors behind income inequality in China, where workplace discrimination and court rulings have set women back.
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For decades, smaller metropolitan areas closed the income gap with bigger, richer ones, but no longer. So places like Winston-Salem, N.C., are trying to lay a new foundation for prosperity.
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Evergarchs should grow old like the rest of us.
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“It is heartbreaking to witness our movement risk near-irrelevance when workers are ready to take action.”
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How Darren Walker, a gay black man who grew up poor in Texas, came to be one of the best connected people in New York City. And what that means for the future of philanthropy.

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