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The causes of the racial wealth gap are clear: centuries of unjust public policies, from slavery to segregation to redlining, allowed white households to accumulate wealth through opportunities that were systematically denied to (and frequently came at the expense of) people of color.What is wealth gap and its definition?
Wealth inequality in the United States, also known as the wealth gap, is the unequal distribution of assets among residents of the United States. Wealth commonly includes the values of any homes, automobiles, personal valuables, businesses, savings, and investments, as well as any associated debts.What causes wealth gap?
The conversation we are having asserts that poverty, the wealth gap and income inequality are caused by external factors such as: Government policies that favor the rich and punish the poor. Wealthy people exploiting poor people (99% vs. 1%) A sluggish economy.