Black Money Business Jobs : The Big Reason Whites Are Richer Than Blacks in America

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    Inheritance matters a lot more than previously thought. Guess who’s getting the lion’s share.

    The gap between blacks and whites in income is big, but nowhere near as big as the gap in wealth. According to the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances, as of 2013 the median white household had $13 in net wealth for every $1 in net wealth of the median black household. For whites vs. Latinos, the gap was only a bit smaller, $10 vs. $1.Inheritance matters a lot more than previously thought. Guess who’s getting the lion’s share.

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    The Big Reason Whites Are Richer Than Blacks in America

    Inheritance matters a lot more than previously thought. Guess who’s getting the lion’s share.
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    Institutional Racism Is Our Way Of Life

    It’s probably time to dust off some of the profound, disturbing statistics on institutional racism in America that have been painstakingly chronicled by groups like the Sentencing Project, the ACLU, American Psychological Association, the Education Department’s Civil Rights office and many others.

    Because, apparently, we still don’t get it.


    * Institutional Racism Is Our Way of Life | At the Edge | US News
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    Chronic Disparity: Strong and Pervasive Evidence of Racial Inequalities POVERTY OUTCOMES


    Structural Racism

    Scope: Structural Racism encompasses the entire system of white supremacy, diffused and infused in all aspects of society, including our history, culture, politics, economics and our entire social fabric. Structural Racism is the most profound and pervasive form of racism – all other forms of racism (e.g. institutional, interpersonal, internalized, etc.) emerge from structural racism.

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      Definition: Structural Racism in the U.S. is the normalization and legitimization of an array of dynamics –
     
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    Supreme Court: Institutional Racism Is Real

    In extending ‘disparate impact’ reasoning to housing cases, the court acknowledges that discrimination comes from more than just individual bad actors—it stems from a system that stacks the deck against black people.


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    Supreme Court: Institutional Racism Is Real

    In extending ‘disparate impact’ reasoning to housing cases, the court acknowledges that discrimination comes from more than just individual bad actors.
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