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Study: US economy lost $16 trillion due to discrimination against Blacks

WorldNews Friday, 25 September 2020
Study: US economy lost $16 trillion due to discrimination against BlacksAs it turns out, racism is expensive, a new study shows Ongoing protests sparked by the death of George Floyd have reignited a national discussion around the systemic racial discrimination in the country. To add insult to injury, a major bank has now been able to quantify just how much money the economy has lost as a result of discrimination against Black Americans. READ MORE: Trump ready to pass...
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