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Successful Young Men - Black vs White Perception

According to the Economic Policy Institute, Black Men make twenty-two percent (22%) less than White Men with the same background. We actually don't need a survey to tell us there is a never ending gap in wages between blacks and whites. This is the reality of young Black Men in America today and this is why people of color will hardly get the respect or credit they so much deserve.

These young Black Men will always be seen as inferior and less important by many regardless of the hurdles they have to endure on a daily basis. Parents, regardless of race needs to start raising their kids to see colored people as human beings that deserve to be treated with respect and dignity like everyone else. Employees must do better and have open minds; open doors and see people, not colors.

No surprise that when a young Black Man fights through ten times the hurdle as his counterpart with a lighter skin pigmentation to earn way less, this fight to succeed is not only undermined but also insulte…