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Black incomes are up, but wealth is not.
This is what Les Brown was referring to on the radio today:
A 2013 Brandeis University report noted that not only is home ownership lower among blacks than whites, but that black-owned homes tend not to appreciate in value as much as white-owned homes, which the Brandeis researchers attributed to “residential segregation artificially lower demand, placing a forced ceiling on home equity for African-Americans who own homes in non-white neighborhoods.” Blacks also tend to carry proportionately more mortgage debt, at higher rates, than whites. 516 more words
Brandeis Removes Al Quds’ Nusseibeh From Ethics Center
Two days after severing its connections with Al-Quds University following its president’s “unacceptable and inflammatory” verbal attack, Brandeis University also removed Al-Quds President from the Advisory Board of a Brandeis Center for Ethics and Justice… 15 more words