A 2020 study from the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank found that blacks in Wisconsin, on average, earn 48 cents for every dollar earned by whites. The same study also found that blacks are 23% more likely to be living in poverty than whites. The Federal Reserve study is only the latest of a stream of reports that clearly show Wisconsin as the worst state in the nation when it comes to racial disparities. This month, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism launches a new series focused on racial income inequality to uncover the ins and outs of how that disparity manifests itself. Joining us once again is WCIJ Managing Editor Dee Hall.