Raj Chetty

Stanford University

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Professor of Economics at Stanford University.

Raj Chetty on KCRW

New research shows that black boys raised in U.S. -- even in the richest neighborhoods -- still earn less money when they grow up than white boys of similar backgrounds.

Why black boys from rich families are may end up poor when they grow up

New research shows that black boys raised in U.S. -- even in the richest neighborhoods -- still earn less money when they grow up than white boys of similar backgrounds.

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