Equality Index 2016 - Hispanic White

The "Hispanic-White Equality Index 2016" is a crucial component of the National Urban League's State of Black America® report, providing a vital assessment of the disparities between Hispanic and white communities in the United States. In its 2016 edition, the Index indicates a 77.8% equality level for Hispanics, highlighting a notable gap of over 20% in comparison to whites.

This document plays a key role in shedding light on the ongoing challenges faced by Hispanic Americans in achieving parity, particularly in areas such as economics, health, education, and civic engagement. It serves as an important tool for understanding and addressing the persistent inequality impacting the Hispanic community.

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