Losing Ground, Part 1: Equality gap grows for minorities

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A meeting of "Barbershop Talk" at the New Montbello Barbershop in east Denver. The group gathers twice a week to address issues affecting African-American men. By some of the most important measures of social progress, black and Latino residents of Colorado have lost ground compared to white residents in the decades since the civil rights movement. For example, the incarceration rates for black men is seven times that of whites. (Joe Mahoney/The iNews Network) (Joe Mahoney/The I-News Network) Photo by
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