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Duke Today: Cook Director William “Sandy” Darity Jr. Honored With Prestigious Award at 2017 Future of Wealth Summit

Duke Today reports on the honor Dr. William Darity received at our recent 2017 Future of Wealth Summit. Maya Rockeymoore, president and CEO of the Center for Global Policy Solutions, highlighted the centrality of Darity and Hamilton’s research in the movement for racial and economic justice in the United States: “[Darity and Hamilton] have been

24/7 Wall St: How Many Jobs Will Self-Driving Trucks Eliminate?

Reporter Paul Ausick cites CGPS’s “Stick Shift: Autonomous Vehicles, Driving Jobs, and the Future of Work” report in his story about truckers possibly losing jobs. The switch won’t happen immediately, but slowly over the next decade or so, according to a report from Goldman Sachs Economics Research. U.S. truck drivers could see jobs disappear at

The Louisiana Weekly: African-American men should be very worried about self-driving vehicles

Dr. Algernon Austin, a co-research of the “Stick Shift:  Autonomous Vehicles, Driving Jobs, and the Future of Work” report, writes how black men would be adversely affected by autonomous vehicles. "Driving occupations are for the most part dominated by men. The African-American overrepresentation in driving occupations is mainly due to a strong overrepresentation of Black

ABC7 WJLA — Inspire: Teens create MindMap app to improve learning

Baltimore-area high school students saw that student engagement in their classroom was low and set out to find a solution. Their company, Testify Software Solutions, created the Mindmap app, which won the Inclusion Revolution Innovation Competition at the 2017 Future of Wealth Summit. Watch this Inspire segment from WJLA to find out more.

Richland Source: Black infant mortality rates strongly associated with stress

Dr. Maya Rockeymoore is interviewed in a Richland (Ohio) Source story about high infant mortality rates among African-Americans. “If racism permeates policy, and if policy follows by actually denying resources to communities of color because policymakers don’t believe resources should be directed to those people, then what you have is a structural racism that is