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miércoles, 28 de febrero de 2018

US inequality persists 50 years after key report as racial segregation and poverty deepen: study

US inequality persists 50 years after key report as racial segregation and poverty deepen: study
- About 46 percent of people living in poverty in 2016 were classified as living in deep poverty — 16 percentage points higher than in 1975. And although there has been progress for Hispanic home-ownership since the Kerner Commission issued its report, the home-ownership gap has widened for ...

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