Are Rich Black Boys Falling into Poverty? New York Times Report Analyzed


Attorney Antonio Moore analyzes the new report by the NY Times that shows ana anlysis of high income black. Moore critically breaks down how income is a flawed tool in analyzing wealth in America, and how it moves

"Extensive Data Shows Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys"

Even when children grow up next to each other with parents who earn similar incomes, black boys fare worse than white boys in 99 percent of America. And the gaps only worsen in the kind of neighborhoods that promise low poverty and good schools.

According to the study, led by researchers at Stanford, Harvard and the Census Bureau, income inequality between blacks and whites is driven entirely by what is happening among these boys and the men they become. Though black girls and women face deep inequality on many measures, black and white girls from families with comparable earnings attain similar individual incomes as adults.


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