Studies show that: Black men fare worse economically than white men even if they are raised in households with similar incomes and educated similarly (Let's Change This)
Studies show that "Black Americans born poor are much less likely to move up the income ladder than those in other racial groups, especially whites. Why? Many factors are at work, including educational inequalities, neighborhood effects, workplace discrimination, parenting, access to credit, rates of incarceration, and so on" (Brookings.edu).
Studies show "That black men fare worse economically than white men even if they are raised in households with similar incomes and educated similarly. A black boy brought up in a wealthy family is as likely to become poor in adulthood as he is to remain prosperous" (economist.com).
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