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RACISM + MONEY

Why Black Families Are Suffering the Worst Effects From Rising Inflation

Years of systemic racism built the conditions we see today

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When watching the news lately, I get the impression that many Americans believe that inflation is an equal opportunity assailant, harming everyone she comes across with the same strength and…

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Allison Gaines

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