Fed’s Kashkari to Spend Day in Life of Struggling Black Family

  • Poverty level among blacks is twice the rate of whites in U.S.
  • Central bank must work to improve diversity, Kashkari says

Neel Kashkari tried living on streets for a week during his failed run for California governor in 2014. Now, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis will spend a day in the life of a black family barely making ends meet.

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