Show me the money
The median wealth of white households was 13 times greater than that of black households in 2013. That's up from eight times over in 2010, a new Pew Research Center study reports. The racial gap is the biggest it has been since 1989, when white households had 17 times the wealth of black households.
There's a similar difference between whites and Hispanics, with median white households pulling in 10 times the wealth of median Hispanic households.
Post-recession, Pew reports that all three races' wealth are all still lower than they were pre-recession. Read the full report here.