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The Coronavirus In America: One More Racial Inequity
Coronavirus Daily
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The Coronavirus In America: One More Racial Inequity

Coronavirus Daily

Kelly McEvers, NPR

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Take, for instance, Minnesota—the median black family in the Twin Cities makes $38,000 a year; the median white family: $84,000. Nationwide, you can only find worse income inequality in one city: Milwaukee.

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