Did you know that in 2008, only 5 states had higher percentages of Black children living in poverty than Wisconsin?
--Mississippi (48%)
-- Arkansas (47%)
-- Kentucky (44%)
-- Louisiana (43%)
-- Oklahoma (43%)
-- Wisconsin (42%)
These statistics, and many more, show that "colorblind" policies are not fixing the inequalities resulting from the United States' initial centuries of codified racism. Jacquelyn Boggess, co-director of the Center for Family Policy and Practice discusses shocking statistics that reveal the true state of "colorblindness" in our state and nation.

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