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Slavery ended in the 1860s. Why hasn't the wealth gap closed for Black Americans?
Juneteenth commemorates Black Americans' emancipation from slavery, yet their economic emancipation continues.
Why are Black people leaving big cities?
Kimberly Adams speaks to Politico's Brakkton Booker about a new ongoing series on Black flight from major cities.
Closing racial wage gap could lift 2 million Black Americans into middle class, study finds
A new McKinsey report details the sweeping economic disparities Black Americans face.
For many Black employees, working from home can provide relief from inequitable workplaces
Working from home can give Black workers a break from microaggressions, but it can also cut them off from their peers.
Many younger Black Americans started investing in the stock market during the pandemic
According to a recent survey, 30% of Black investors under 40 first got into the market in 2020.
More Americans express enthusiasm for COVID-19 vaccine
Black Americans are the least enthusiastic, which likely reflects a lack of both information and access.
The complicated history of McDonald's and Black America
Author Marcia Chatelain examines the fast-food chain's relationship with its Black franchisees and consumers.
Student loans make wealth gap worse for blacks
New study examines race and student debt.