The Ever ­Growing Gap: Without Change, African ­American and Latino Families Won’t Match White Wealth for Centuries


This report examines the growing racial wealth divide for Black and Latino and the ways that accelerating  concentrations of wealth at the top compound and exacerbate this divide. It looks at trends in wealth accumulation from 1983 to 2013, as well as projections of what the next thirty years might bring. It  also considers the impact public policy has had in contributing to the racial wealth divide and how new policies can close this gap.




Zambia Financial Diaries – Interim Report

Strengthening Banking in Inner-cities: Practices & Policies to Promote Financial Inclusion for Low-Income Canadians

The destructive legacy of housing segregation

Why Financial Capability Matters – Synthesis Report on Canadians and Their Money: A National Symposium on Financial Capability

Financial Inclusion for Homeless Persons and Those at Risk

Health Check: Low-income Household Finances in Canada

The case for Financial Literacy: Assessing the effects of financial literacy interventions for low income and vulnerable groups in Canada

Understanding and Improving Consumer Financial Health in America

Highlights of The Case for Financial Literacy

Struggling to Make Ends Meet: Using Financial Diaries to Examine Financial Literacy Among Low-Income Canadians

“There Are No Banks Here.” Financial & Insurance Exclusion in Winnipeg’s North End