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The Persistence of Racial Inequality in the US

Thursday, June 16, 2016 18:56
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– this post authored by Robert A. Margo,

Appeared originally at 08 June 2016

In 2010, the most recent US census year, the per capita income of Black Americans was 64% of that of White Americans – a stark reminder (if any were needed) that a little more than a half century after the original March on Washington, racial inequality remains substantial in an absolute sense, despite obvious signs of racial progress such as the appointment of the nation’s first Black president.



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