MTTM Podcast Episode 276 – Black Economics Matters

1 min Read Published: 21 Jun 2020

Episode 276 - On this week's show, I discuss Black Economics and the inequality that the black community faces. I explain the importance of recognising our own privilege if we are to battle inequality. Finally, I illustrate how the financial system continues to perpetuate inequality against black people and how it needs to change.

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In the order that they appear in the podcast...

We all have to confront systemic racism - Financial Times

'How Can We Win' Kimberly Jones Video  - Full Length, David Jones Media (more information on the Tulsa race massacre & the Rosewood massacre)

'Persistent racism' still mars job prospects for BAME Britons - The Guardian

In charts: how coronavirus is worsening Britain’s racial wealth gap - The Telegraph

We know there's a housing crisis – but why is it so much worse for black families?  - The Guardian

Privilege/Class/Social Inequalities Explained in a $100 Race VIDEO

FCA report into the Financial Inequity 

Unions brought black Americans into the middle class. They're now being decimated - The Guardian

Financial inequality: the ethnicity gap in pay, wealth and property

Patrica Bright Podcast - Caught off guard

Sam Sanders Podcast - It's been a minute