The race gap in multigenerational poverty; Census 2020 findings

Linda Dennis (L) sits with her 11-year-old family member Sharee Nelo (R) inside the L.A. Sports Area in Los Angeles, California, December 20, 2009. Thousands of bicycles and toys were given away to families in need during The Dream Center Christmas in the City event. Dennis and her family waited in line outside for over 16 hours, including sleeping overnight, to ensure they were one of the families to receive the and gifts.     REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)

On this two-part episode, Senior Fellow William Frey from the Metropolitan Policy Program answers a few questions about recent and upcoming 2020 Census data. Also, Brookings scholar Richard Reeves and AEI scholar Scott Winship discuss the new AEI-Brookings report, “Long shadows: The Black-white gap in multigenerational poverty.”

01:30: Discussion on the Census with William Frey

16:00: Interview with Richard Reeves and Scott Winship

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