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Resource ID: #26077
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Source: I-News
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Date: Jan. 20, 2013

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By some of the most important measures of social progress, the largest minority populations in Colorado, Latinos and blacks, are falling further behind their white counterparts. In an analysis of six decades of data pertaining to family income, home ownership, poverty, high school and college graduation, as well as comparative health and justice figures, I-News determined that Colorado was a more equitable state than most during the era of the Civil Rights Movement, but is less so now. These findings do not bode well for a state in which minorities are the fastest rising population, and, within two decades, likely the majority of the work force.

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