INEQUALITY

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8 Critical Priority RACISM 4 months ago
7 High Priority MACHINE LEARNING 4 months ago
2 Average Priority FOOD 9 months ago
7 High Priority ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 4 months ago
7 High Priority POVERTY 5 months ago
7 High Priority SEGREGATION 1 month ago
2 Average Priority COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT 1 day ago
2 Average Priority OPIOID EPIDEMIC 7 months ago
7 High Priority WORKPLACE SAFETY 4 months ago
2 Average Priority INFLATION 4 months ago
2 Average Priority CRIMES 1 month ago
0 Not a Priority ILLINOIS 9 months ago
2 Average Priority RETAIL 4 months ago
7 High Priority REGULATION 4 months ago
7 High Priority HOUSING POLICY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority REAL ESTATE 1 month ago
7 High Priority COVID-19 10 months ago
7 High Priority MINIMUM WAGE 8 months ago
7 High Priority SEXISM 4 months ago
2 Average Priority VACCINE 7 months ago
2 Average Priority GOVERNMENT POLICY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority UNITED STATES 5 months ago
2 Average Priority MY WORLD 8 months ago
0 Not a Priority DEERFIELD, ILLINOIS 8 months ago
7 High Priority BLACK LIVES MATTER 4 months ago
2 Average Priority VACANT LOT 4 months ago
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SolveCasters (ME) Curated by SolveCast podcasters and editors.
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Nikole Hannah-Jones American investigative journalist known for her coverage of civil rights in the United States.
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Annie Leonard Curated, American proponent of sustainability and a critic of consumerism. In 2014, she became the Executive Director of Greenpeace USA.
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Gordon Gecko (Curated) Gordon Gekko is a composite character in the 1987 film Wall Street and its 2010 sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,[2] both directed by Oliver Stone. Gekko was portrayed by actor Michael Douglas, whose performance in the first film won him an Oscar for Best Actor.[3]
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Nelson Mandela Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.
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AI Is The New Face Of Systemic (And Automated) Inequality

In Amazon's case, it trained the software on ten years of resumes it had collected. Most came from men, and so the software learned that it should focus on finding men for positions.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/eriksherman...

  • From SolveCasters posted by SolveCast
  • 4 months ago
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Land Stewardship for Lasting Community Health and Change with Ariam Ford, Executive Director at Grounded Strategies

The majority of these vacant lots in the city are concentrated in black and brown communities that have been also happened to be low income. That also are already underserved in respect to high quality public spaces and not have all of these
vacant lots that are overgrown and unmaintained that are negatively affecting their quality of life as far as you know, beautification of their community, property values and things like that. And so not only is there an absence of a surplus of green spaces, there's an active element working against even just existing in a beautiful place for which to recreate. And so for us, that's an opportunity to correct.


http://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail...

If you're worried about economic inequality, you should be ...

In other words, all regulations carry costs and benefits that aren’t necessarily equally distributed between the rich and poor. This is true regardless of whether a given regulation is well-intended or part of a rent-seeking effort by lobbyists.

https://www.quantgov.org/regulation-and-...