Circular Economy

The racial wealth gap in the US is affecting its citizens and its economy – this is how

The racial wealth gap between black and white families in the US grew from about $100,000 in 1992 to $154,000 in 2016, Image: USA TODAY Sports

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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A complex array of factors affect the race wealth gap. Image: McKinsey & Company
Inheritance plays an important role in setting out early success markers for later wealth creation. Image: McKinsey & Company
Non-white families’ median wealth lags far behind that of their white neighbours. Image: McKinsey & Company

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