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Tue April 1, 2014
New report breaks down inequality among Michigan children by race
A newly released report is breaking new ground in the study of inequality among our children.
The report is from the Annie E. Casey Foundation for Kids Count. It's titled "Race for Results: building a path to opportunity for all children."
For the first time, it creates an index that looks at conditions for children by race.
Our next guest believes it contains troubling findings for Michigan children and the need for a major call to action.
Jane Zehnder-Merrell is project director of Kids Count in Michigan with the Michigan League for Public Policy, and she joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.