Met Council study plumbs Twin Cities' racial divide in jobs, income, homeownership


The gaps in economic progress between whites and minorities in the Twin Cities are partly explained by factors other than racial bias, such as the youth of communities of color, a major new research study suggests.

Even after accounting for those differences, many disparities in employment, income and homeownership persist — especially between white and black residents — the Metropolitan Council study concluded.


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