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New report suggest without public policy reform, the wealth divide between white, black and Latino families will continue growing.
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It would take the average black family 228 years to accrue the same amount of wealth that white families have today.
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If the current trend continues, it will take black families 228 years to catch up to the current wealth of the average white family.
Report Calls for Major Federal Policy Shifts To Address Growing Racial Wealth Divide
Without Change, African-American and Latino Families Won't Match White Wealth for Centuries