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Inequality Scholars Spotlight: Sasha Killewald

Events & News Latest News Upcoming Events Past Events CID Book Club RC28 Summer Meeting Virtual Inequality Brownbag Understanding how social identities and background impact salaries Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics Director and Professor of Sociology...

Apply Now for CID Emerging Inequality Scholar Award

Events & News Latest News Upcoming Events Past Events CID Book Club RC28 Summer Meeting Virtual Inequality Brownbag Applications due Tuesday, February 13 CID is now accepting applications for the Emerging Inequality Scholar Award, open to graduate students at the...

Inequality Scholars Spotlight: Nishaad Rao

Events & News Latest News Upcoming Events Past Events CID Book Club RC28 Summer Meeting Virtual Inequality Brownbag Understanding the effects of place on household level outcomes When CID Student Fellow Alumni Economist Nishaad Rao was a teenager, he was...

Towards Equitable Housing as a Human Right in the U.S.

University of Michigan architecture and sociology professors Kathy Velikov and Fabian Pfeffer have released the second of a two-video series that explores the divides and radical new approaches to propose solutions at different scales that make quality housing available for all. The all too obvious state of two extremes — those who have extreme wealth and those who live in poverty and housing instability — is undeniable, unsustainable, but resolvable.

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