Beyond Discrimination: Understanding African American Inequality in the Twenty-First Century

@article{Katz2008BeyondDU,
  title={Beyond Discrimination: Understanding African American Inequality in the Twenty-First Century},
  author={Michael B. Katz and Mark Joseph Stern},
  journal={Dissent},
  year={2008},
  volume={55},
  pages={61 - 65}
}
In November 2007, two reports by distinguished research centers turned African American inequality into national news. Their startling and discomfiting data highlighted both the fragility of African American success and the widening fault lines that divide African Americans from each other. Impressive and authoritative as the reports are, they nonetheless remain incomplete because they do not explain how and why African American inequality has changed during the last several decades or the… Expand
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