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Data from a Native CDFI yield new insights on wealth gap in Indian Country

Many studies of the racial wealth gap rely on the Survey of Consumer Finances for information (SCF) but the SCF only contains a small number of Native American respondents. Researchers at the Minneaplois Fed instead used data from a Native CDFI to analyze wealth differences between Native Americans & other racial groups.

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