Black America Is Just 72 Percent Equal To White America. In Some Areas, The Inequality Is Worse Than That.

By Nick Wing & Alissa Scheller

A report released last week holds troubling findings about lasting inequality across the African-American community.The 2015 “State of Black America” study, conducted by the National Urban League, finds that black Americans fare worse than their white peers across a variety of indicators, including economics, social justice and overall equality. The report, issued every year since 1976, showed modest gains in some areas, but leaves plenty of concerns about the speed of progress more than 50 years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act.“What do we say and how would we frame the state of black America for 2015? I must use the word crisis,” said Marc H. Morial, president and chief executive of the National Urban League, at a Thursday news conference in Washington, D.C.Here’s a breakdown of some of the study’s key findings.

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