Welcome to This Week In Links. This series is a place for us to share articles that our fellows and staff are reading to deepen their understanding of the context of their work. By linking to these stories, we are not necessarily endorsing the positions, but sharing interesting material for discussion and reflection. We invite you to share, comment, and discuss these stories, and also to share your top links from the past week!

The Closest Look Yet at Gentrification and Displacement

The Rigging of the American Market

The 1 Percent’s Earnings Could Be Stagnating — At $671,000

America’s High-Earning Poor: There can be a big difference between income and assets.

When a Supermarket Changes How a Neighborhood Feels About Itself

The Missing Link Between Diversity and Community

Middle-Aged White Americans Are Dying of Despair

New report reveals half of black millennials know victim of police violence

Exploring genetic roots to help students understand race, themselves

Black Millennials in America

Study: Black Students—Not Crime—Determine If Schools Get Security

Borrowing While Poor

‘Diversity’ Is Rightly Criticized As An Empty Buzzword. So How Can We Make It Work?

White People Whitesplain Whitesplaining

Our Big Series on Inequality

The Time Republicans Helped Build an All-Black Town Called ‘Soul City’

Health Inequality

How Franklin, The Black ‘Peanuts’ Character, Was Born