It Pays to Be White

May 2016
Dollars & Sense;May/Jun2016, Issue 324, p21
The article discusses the race-based economic inequality in the U.S. in which the race-based hierarchy mostly benefits white people. The unemployment, poverty rate and prison population of Blacks are noted to be higher compared to Whites while the advanced degrees achieved by Blacks notably lower compared to the achievement of Whites. The state education spending benefits of white students is also mentioned.


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