Thursday, September 19, 2013

Income, Savings and Opportunities: A Look at Lingering African-American Money Issues

49 years after Martin Luther King’s speech, we’ve seen strides for racial equality. There was a time when Rosa Parks was arrested for not giving up her seat in the bus. Now, we have the first African American President in the White House.

But the struggle is not over yet as major studies show that African American families, along with their Hispanic counterparts, still occupy the bottom rung of the economy.

In this article, Julia Trello shares her insights as to why and how this cycle of poverty is still in motion.

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