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PBS NEWSHOUR

Closing the racial divide in Wisconsin’s capital

  • Aired: 06/19/2014
  • 06:25
  • Rating: NR
Wisconsin has the worst rankings for African American children in the country for basic factors like education, income, health and home stability, and that statistic has real long-term consequences. Hari Sreenivasan reports on a new effort in the city of Madison to bridge the extreme racial disparity — an effort that leaders hope will provide a template to communities across the country.
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