These are all resources - reports, articles, and more - that has informed or builds on the Agenda to Build Black Futures and the need for economic justice. Check them out!
The Agenda to Build Black Futures is BYP100’s second public policy document that calls for economic justice in the form of reparations for systemic violence and harm, good jobs, stabilizing development in our communities, support for the women who hold our households together, and support and protections for queer and trans* folks.
This report focuses on the intersection of incarceration and mobility, asking two questions: To what extent does incarceration create lasting barriers to economic progress for formerly incarcerated people, their families and their children? What do these barriers mean for the American Dream, given the explosive growth of the prison population?