State of Black America 2019

Getting 2 Equal: United Not Divided

The 2019 State of Black America, Getting 2 Equal: United Not Divided, focuses on the state of the Black vote with an emphasis on its power—and heightened vulnerability to suppression.

The Equity Manifesto

By PolicyLink

The Equity Manifesto is a call for joining together and belief in the potency of inclusion to help us build a common bond amongst all.

An Equity Profile of Long Island, 2017

Full Report

This 125-page report highlights how the face of America, particularly on Long Island is changing and yet racial and income inequality persist on high levels. Racial and economic equity is necessary for economic growth and prosperity. The report states the way forward is with an equity-driven growth model that depends on the region to play a critical role in shifting inclusive growth.

Empowering Black Long Island: How Equity Is Key to the Future of Nassau and Suffolk Counties 2017

Summary Report

This 25-page summary report highlights how the face of America, particularly on Long Island is changing and yet racial and income inequality persist on high levels. Racial and economic equity is necessary for economic growth and prosperity. The report states the way forward is with an equity-driven growth model that depends on the region to play a critical role in shifting inclusive growth.

An Equity Profile of Long Island, 2017

Nassau and Suffolk Counties

This report compiled by Federal Reserve Bank of provides much-needed vital research insights on the credit needs, strengths and stresses of Long Island communities and will help stakeholders implement solutions that are responsive to credit needs and opportunities.

Nassau County Demographic Profile 2018

Key Population Trends

This report by the Policy & Research Unit compiles research from the U.S. Census and academia to highlight some of the trends important to Nassau County’s future.

Stolen Time: New York State's Suspension Crisis

NYS Equity Coalition & The Education Trust

In this policy brief, The New York Equity Coalition adds its voice to the growing movement to protect students from exclusionary discipline. In the pages that follow, we explore new data on how New York school districts disproportionately target Black students with suspensions. We then point to specific policy solutions that can protect students, support educators, and improve the quality of education in our schools.