Let’s put things in perspective. Up until 1977… I repeat 1977 it was LEGAL to racially discriminate in real estate via “redlining”. So think about that in the context of this article. How many of your parents were fortunate enough to actually own a house… if so how much equity were they able to attain? We’re they able to pass it on to you? #knowourhistory.
“Blacks/Latinos/non-whites don’t value education like whites do. They don’t work as hard as whites do. They spend more than whites do on junk,” says your standard white guy at the end of the bar dissecting the large racial wealth gap in the United States. “They just need to get off their butts and b… Source