As the United States re-examines its racial gaps, professor Mehrsa Baradaran’s bracing book The Color of Money delves into the US government policies that discriminated against Black Americans and the reforms that promised much but delivered little. Baradaran’s scathing analysis highlights how economic inequity lies at the root of systemic racism. Here, you’ll get to know why:
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