- May 2021
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- COVID-19 Equity Project
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- Apr 2018
you’ve got to explain to me why these putative ability differences aren’t handicapping women
You've got to explain to me why this putative racism doesn't handicap women.
I do not see a causal analysis. No doubt there is racism, but attributing everything to racism is dishonest. Racism contributes by how much exactly?
No such income gap exists between black and white women raised in similar households.
It is obvious from the graph that black women earn more.