ACRI Ballot Initiative: Despite Ward Connerly’s Claims of Societal Colorblindess, Significant Disparities Remain

While Ward Connerly asserts that the world is colorblind, reality emphatically contradicts his assertion (search on Ward Connerly in the search box on the left to see my posts about this topic).

The Los Angeles Times, in reporting on the ballot initiative drives in five states, identified that there is a significant disparity in household income, benefiting Whites.

Significant disparities in income among races exist in all five states Connerly is targeting, with Asians on top, then whites, then Latinos, then blacks. The exception to that order is Arizona, where blacks earn more than Latinos.

Colorado

Median Household Income
Whites

$55,000

Blacks

$35,000

Nebraska

Median Household Income
Whites

$47,000

Hispanics (national origin)

$37,000

Blacks

$28,000

(information courtesy of the Los Angeles Times)

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