Forget the top 1%, the top 0.00003% have all the money.
A selection of the best features on African Americans published by The Globalist in 2014.
Why aren’t poor Americans more up-in-arms over rising levels of income inequality?
Time for action: Black America’s sad balance sheet 50 years after major civil rights reform.
Since 2000, the wage gap between white and black Americans has increased dramatically.
The wealth gap between whites and blacks has reached record levels.
For all the recent hype, inequality and joblessness stifle the dynamic growth of Africa’s middle class.
The World Bank subtly dodges debate about income inequality in rich countries.