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In her new book, journalist Emily Flitter looks at how Wall Street giants have kept Black Americans out of the financial industry.
For millions of Americans, the loss of abortion rights may affect educational attainment and lifetime earnings for generations.
Federal regulators propose new rules for the Community Reinvestment Act, which requires banks to invest in low- and moderate-income communities.
Sociologist Junia Howell shares her research on how appraisals contribute to inequality between Black and white homeowners.
Lower home appraisal values contribute to the wealth gap between white communities and communities of Black and Latinx people.
The government plans to use fair housing laws and regulatory action to address the racial disparity in home valuations.
Homes in most white neighborhoods are worth an average of $250,000 more than those in mostly Black and Latinx neighborhoods.
Darrick Hamilton, a co-author of a recent study from the New School, describes other ways to address the disparity that hurts Black Americans.
The groundbreaking reparations program in Evanston, Illinois, seeks to shrink the racial wealth gap through housing grants.