Study: Well-being gaps between African Americans and whites are result of policy decisions


Local folk artist Bertha Cooper Harris, like many African Africans, knows the struggles against the gripping cycle of generational poverty.
Cooper Harris, 81, grew up in Cooper Hill, a community named for her grandfather who once owned more than 250 acres of land there.
“My grandfather Riley Cooper, built and owned a …..


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