Can ‘baby bonds’ help the U.S. close its staggering racial wealth gap?
· A baby bond program has the potential to reduce the Black-white wealth gap by more than tenfold, according to the report. Postal banking’ The report calls on the U.S. Postal Service to expand its financial services at its locations to compete against payday loan firms, which cost Americans nearly one.
A study by The Annie E. Casey Foundation found that if baby bonds had been started in 1979, there would be almost no racial wealth gap between 18 to 24-year-olds today. Universal Basic Income is a solution which has been trialed in towns such as Stockton, California and is also the basis of Democratic presidential candidate andrew Yang’s campaign.
· President Cory Booker will close America’s racial wealth gap through baby bonds’ Posted at 6:36 pm on June 1, 2019 by Brett T.
· Democrat’s newest planned vote buying program en. Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) want to address racial and wealth inequality by giving.
These Baby Bond accounts could reduce the racial wealth gap significantly. Had Baby Bonds been implemented a generation ago, for example, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2016 analysis shows that the Black-White and Latino-White wealth gaps for 18- to 34-year-olds would have been entirely wiped out by now.
· The institute sees the accounts as a way to help close the wide income gap in the state. According to its data, New Jersey has one of the worst racial wealth gaps in the nation: The median net.
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