Racial Equity Resource Guide


Economic Policy Institute

Washington, DC

The Economic Policy Institute is a nonprofit Washington D.C. think tank created in 1986 to broaden the discussion about economic policy to include the interests of low and middle-income workers. It focuses on the economic condition of low and middle-income Americans and their families. Its research on the status of American workers is widely cited, and its  State of Working America is issued every two years.  In addition to its staff of researchers, EPI works closely with a national network of prominent scholars and couples its research findings with outreach and popular education. Its work spans a wide range of economic issues, such as trends in wages, incomes and prices; health care; education; retirement security; state-level economic development strategies; trade and global finance; comparative international economic performance; the health of manufacturing and other key sectors; global competitiveness and energy development.

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