An old school bronze justice scale with stacks of us dollar money on one side and a few crumpled notes on the other representing the record inequality in the income in the United States.
An old school bronze justice scale with stacks of us dollar money on one side and a few crumpled notes on the other representing the record inequality in the income in the United States.
An old school bronze justice scale with stacks of us dollar money on one side and a few crumpled notes on the other representing the record inequality in the income in the United States.

Wealth disparity hits record levels, and conditions are worse for people of color

December 18, 2014 11:19 AM

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