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Blacks and Hispanics Typically Need Higher Incomes Than Whites to Live in Affluent Neighborhoods

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Jun 25 2015

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According to new research from Sean Reardon, affiliate of the Center on Poverty and Inequality, middle-class black and Hispanic households live in poorer neighborhoods than white and Asian families with similar incomes. Upward mobility continues to be a problem for many of these populations