Why The Racial Wealth Gap Hasn’t Shrunk Since MLK’s Death: A Look At The Numbers

In the years since 1968 when civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. died, the racial wealth gap in the U.S. soared and Black Americans continued to accumulate wealth at much smaller rates than their white counterparts—but there’s one silver lining: the Black middle-class has gained momentum. Key …

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