Kai Wright



June 11 2013 12:59 AM
In a Salon piece, Kai Wright argues that for-profit universities are amassing wealth at the expense of black students, who are taking on massive college-loan debts that will only lead to greater poverty -- not prosperity.
June 29 2012 12:11 AM
ColorLines' Kai Wright says the Affordable Care Act recognizes that a system that ignored the needs of 50 million people would have collapsed upon itself -- and he points out that many of the ignored were members of ethnic minority groups.
Feb. 17 2012 4:49 PM
The foreclosure settlement signed by five of the country's biggest banks lets them off the hook for catapulting the nation into an economic crisis, according to ColorLines editor Kai Wright. He says it's time for Wall Street to stop passing the buck.
Dec. 19 2011 6:47 PM
The New York City borough illustrates how yesterday's economic and political choices helped create the problem of intractable poverty, ColorLines editor Kai Wright writes in a blog entry.
Dec. 28 2009 6:57 AM
The Baby Boom generation traded the early revolutionary impulses for a status quo of greed, selfishness and temper tantrums. Now it is up to us, their children, to rescue their legacy.