Bias Still Blocks Black Progress

Why lawmakers should take heed

There's no gainsaying the wide socio-economic gulf that still separates blacks and whites in America, and particularly the entrenched poverty and crime that afflict urban ghettos. There is also no denying the substantial progress made by a significant minority of blacks in recent decades, and the rise of a vibrant, successful black middle class.

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