Podcast: Caught in the bankruptcy feedback loop

Do blacks who file bankruptcy fare as well as whites who do? Not necessarily, according to a report by The Atlantic and ProPublica. Black Americans are “far less likely” than white Americans to have their debts successfully erased — to the benefit of a network of attorneys. The Atlantic has a podcast on the issue, and ProPublica has reporting, as well.

 
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