How to break the ‘black wealth gap’

The black wealth disparity is a major concern for both the government and the community, according to a report by The Atlantic and the Pew Research Center.

The disparity in wealth and income for African Americans is one of the largest gaps in the world.

According to the report, the wealth gap is expected to grow to $1.7 trillion by 2050, up from $770 billion in 2050, with a potential to grow further.

“Black wealth has been increasing at a rapid pace for decades and it’s only expected to continue to grow,” the report said.

“In many cases, wealth inequality is even higher than the black population.”

The report analyzed data from the US Census Bureau and the World Bank and looked at the growth in wealth, which has grown by about 25 percent in the past 20 years.

“The data shows a growing gap between rich and poor, and that black people are less able to afford the middle class lifestyle of the rich,” the authors wrote.

According to the study, about two-thirds of African Americans are poor, while about half of white Americans have some form of economic hardship.

The report says that wealth is more concentrated among people of color.

“A large share of the wealth is held by white people.

Black people are more likely to own assets such as houses, cars, and retirement accounts,” the researchers wrote.

“While African Americans make up more than one-quarter of the population, they account for about half the wealth.

Wealth inequality in the US is on the rise, but this has come despite a robust increase in economic growth and jobs growth,” the Atlantic wrote.