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These three areas show how bad America’s racial inequality is

Fatoumata Jangana, from Gambia, claps holding an American flag during a naturalization ceremony at Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, Roosevelt Island in New York City, U.S., June 16, 2017.  REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton - RTS17EP5

Persisting racial disparities has made it difficult for African Americans and Hispanics to catch up. Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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