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